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Sorry about that last post. (kids, dogs, etc)

I just switched from Quicken '98 Deluxe to Quicken 2000 Basic. Overall I like Quicken 2000 much better. The one thing it is missing are the financial calculators. I use these all the time to help plan my budget and see exactly what a difference interest makes on a credit card or loan. Is there any solution besides keeping Quicken '98 on my computer?

Thanks for your help.

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