I also have been using quicken 98 after version 6 and liked it alot; also bought the upgrade to 99 and didn't care for it much either, I agree with Mark in that it is to integrated with the web. If you want to get something off the web that's one thing, but to have the interface like it is is a bit much.Try going into Quicken.com, get the phone number and call to see if you can exchange. I called to get a 32 bit version of 98 (For some reason had the 16 bit) and they mailed it to me, no questions asked (ie very helpful)Hopefully this helps.
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