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It is not clear from your brief description what happened. There is a hint
that you are on a Windows OS and if you have been using GnuCash for about a
year and you probably have GnuCash release 2.6.something.
One thing that is not clear is whether you are using a recent release of
Windows (7 or newer) on a reasonably new computer. If that is true, you
should be able to simply close the program and re-open it and everything
will come back.
If you are using a very old computer then it is possible that the system
date is not correct or there is some other problem, and you may need a new
battery or better yet, a new computer.
We look forward to hearing if you have solved your problem or if you can
shed more details.
On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 12:08 PM, Alex Aycinena <alex.aycin...@gmail.com>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Bob Lehmann <blehmann1...@gmail.com>
> Date: Thu, Jan 4, 2018 at 11:29 PM
> Subject: GNUCASH Free Accounting Software
> To: Alex Aycinena <alex.aycin...@gmail.com>
> Dear Sir:
> I am a senior citizen who used to use Money Counts which was discontinued
> years ago but I still ran it on an older windows version for the last few
> years. then I found and have been using GNUCASH for just a year now and
> have been very pleased with every aspect. Now at the turn of this new
> year, I was trying to see if I could print some kind of a Year End
> Statement and accidentally and seemingly irreversably
> found myself in December 31, 2018 with all of my accounts gone and zeroed
> I am wondering if you might have some idea of how I can get all of my data
> back. I would so much appreciate it if you would take a bit of time to
> respond ... thank you
> Bob Lehmann
> Found this in my spam folder and am directing it to
> where it should have been sent in the first place.
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