Quicken Home Inventory

How can I open Home Inventory on Windows 7?

If I can't use it with Win 7, how can I print it on Windows XP?
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Slats1:

Take a look at this link.
http://quicken.intuit.com/support/help/installing/installing-quicken-home-inventory-manager-and-emergency-records-organizer/GEN82760.html

Just to cover all the bases, Quicken has another link "Quicken Home Inventory Manager for Windows System Requirements," in which they state that Home Inventory Manager is not compatible with Windows 7.
http://quicken.intuit.com/support/help/installing/quicken-home-inventory-manager-for-windows-system-requirements/GEN83071.html

Well, I've been running Windows 7 Ultimate for going on two months now and Home Inventory Manager is working just fine, so it would appear that the left hand at Quicken is not talking to the right hand.  I'm going to bring this to their attention and hopefully will post back in a day or so with some clarification.

As to your question of printing the information in your version of Home Inventory Manager, open a report and look at the top middle of the dialog box.  You will see a "Print" button.

A note of caution: before you do anything with your Quicken Home Inventory Manager data file, BACK IT UP.
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