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Does Quicken 2006 and/or 2007 have the ability to hide or delete stock names from the "manual update" list of stocks/funds?

I'm not 100% certain that I understand what you're getting at here. Quicken does have a large list of all securities that you own or have ever owned, but you don't often have to fool with that. Your current holdings are shown in Quicken's portfolio view, and by clicking on one of your stocks or funds you bring up that asset's information, and from there it's just one click to that asset's price history list, where you can manually enter a price/date. I own a several dozen stocks/funds, and it rarely takes me more than a couple of minutes to manually update prices, having first retrieved the numbers via google.

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