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First off, who created that duplicate account? If it wasn't you who created it, then that's a poser account created to impersonate you. Report it as 'pretending to be me'. Tell your Facebook friends to report it too. Or use your other accounts to report that duplicate account.
Oh, I don't normally do this, but could you give me the URL of that duplicate account? I could report it for you.
Your camera is creating new folders and not continuing the number sequence resulting in duplicate numbers on different pictures. You need to use a card reader to download pictures to a folder you create on your desktop. Open the folder and examine the pictures. If you find different pictures but with the same numbers, you will need to manually rename them.
I had the same problem and contacted Intuit. If there are any duplicate check numbers for the checks you are about to print, a bug in R6 causes the program to blow out. I had some check numbers that were from over 10 years ago that were causing the problem. Go in and tell it not to warn for duplicate numbers, and it may fix the problem. They said it is to be cured in future releases.
This issue occurs afterupdating to Release (R6). Quicken is attempting to display a duplicate check number message, when the error occurs. We have identified this issue to be caused by one or more duplicate check numbers in the checking register.
When clickingPrint Checks, the next Check # to be printed is displayed. Take note of the check #, and then clickCancel.
From the Checking register, clickFindand search for the check number.
Edit the transaction(s) to include the correct check number, or remove the check # from the transaction.
ClickEditfrom the menu bar, and choosePreferences>Quicken Program.
Go toRegister>Notify, and remove the check mark from “Warn if a check number is re-used”
Delete your existing sync depot and create a new one. Then create a new
blank customer manager database on each users computer and then sync
them to the new depot. That will make the file duplication stop.