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Subject: Re: Quicken 2007 Grrrrrrrr Date: 1/27/2013 6:31 PM
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I'd like to tag on to this discussion for some advice. I need to get a new computer and I want to switch to a Mac for mostly video reasons. The only thing that is causing me to hesitate is Quicken. I have about 4 years of history from my Windows program. What is my best option, or least worst? I had thought that installing VMWare or Parallels and installing Quicken for Windows was my solution. Am I wrong? Do you have any suggestions? I have only basic computer knowledge so doing something complicated with my computer(I can follow directions but I can't ad lib) and I really don't want to change financial software.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions you can give.
Deja
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