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I upgraded from 2017 Rental Property Manager to 2020 but it still says 2017.

I upgraded from 2017 Rental Property Manager to 2020 but it still says 2017. How do I fix this.

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  • GHebert
    GHebert Member ✭✭
    I upgraded from 2017 Rental Property Manager to 2020 but it still says 2017. how do I fix this
  • NotACPA
    NotACPA SuperUser, Windows Beta Beta
    As suggested by @Sherlock's post, the PURCHASE of the new version isn't sufficient.  You ALSO need to download it and then Install it.
    THAT's when the "2017" goes away.  Here's what my "header" says:
    It's my file name (I.E., my real name) that's blacked out
    Q user since DOS version 5
    Now running Quicken Windows Subscription,  Home & Business
    Retired "Certified Information Systems Auditor" & Bank Audit VP
  • GHebert
    GHebert Member ✭✭
    That worked. Would have been nice if the instructions took me there when I bought the upgrade. I thought it was installed. Thanks
  • GHebert
    GHebert Member ✭✭
    Now I just have to figure out why updates didn’t come over with web connect. Probably something on the PNC Bank side.
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