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October 19, 2005


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Not sure what the problems are with Quicken. I'm using the 2005 Deluxe version right now, and have gone thru various versions dating back into the mid-90s.

I love the program to death, and cannot imagine how I'd get along without it. I should note, however, that I never use Quicken's ability to download transactions from various institutions, and that seems to be a feature with which lots of folks have complaints.

I had a few issues with my 2003 Deluxe version, but nothing major, and 2005 has been perfect so far.

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