you for reaching out on the community and telling us about your issue. I do
apologize for the issue you're having. If the file is deleted from windows you should be able to click on the file under the file tab you will get a prompt to remove the file from menu. I believe this is the menu you're talking about. If not let me know and we'll take another look.
This worked for the bottom 2 of the four listed.
How to remove obsolete File or Backup Path entries
from Quicken Menus
New with Quicken Subscription (2018+):
When selecting a file name from the bottom of the File Menu and the file cannot
be found, you will get prompted for an action or if you want to remove the name
from the file list.
All Quicken versions:
You can eliminate
incorrect or unused Quicken data file names or Backup Path names if you so
But please be very,
very careful when doing it and retain a "before image" backup copy of
the .INI file you are about to edit.
Edit with Notepad or
any other ASCII text editor the file
for older Quicken versions. Replace "username" in the path with your
Windows account name.
In this file you
will find lines looking similar to these:
Do NOT delete any lines from this file!
Just blank out the name portion after the '=' (equal
refers to your current "1=..." Quicken data file and 3 previously
Do not blank out
"1=..." or Quicken will not know which file to start with.
refers to your Manual Backup file paths, "BackupPath1=..." being the
most recently used path name.
Save the changed
Review the results
in the File menu for recent data files and/or the Manual Backup menu for Backup