You are vague about what you are doing but here is a shot.
Whatever program you are using, that program will access or open a database of info.
Having 2 user accounts will have absolutely no effect on what that one database has in it.
If you want 2 separate databases you will need to either (1) create a second database file with a different name and select wchich one to open or..
(2) copy that same database to a different location and I would also rename it, but each person logging on would open the database that belongs to them.
Windows stores different sets of data for Documents, Outlook Express etc in User profile folders under documents and settings, one set for each USER.
You can also store a database in each persons Document folder, this will separate them.
Be advised that most programs, do not care what user is opening the program and generally default to open the file that was last opened, or at least is looking in that folder.
I am using Windows XP PRO, all updates installed and set up with rwo accounts.This is a stand alone system and not on a network. I want to use a single db program for both accounts, with seperate sets of data in each. I do not want the data mixed together. Now when I download the data for one account it shows up in the other. How do I keep the data seperate? I had no trouble doing this in Windows 2000 using the same program and data sets.
Many thanks for any help.