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Subject: Re: Suggesting Transactions Date: 4/11/2002 6:25 PM
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<<Find the offending transaction in that list and delete it>>

Well, the payee wasn't in the memorized transaction list. The original transaction was imported from an old version of Quicken - it looks like transactions aren't added to the memorized list until you actually type them in. So I typed in a manual payment to that payee, then deleted it from the memorized list and rejected it again, but it popped back up again.

Also, it is not in the scheduled transaction list - but I added it there, scheduled it (to try and make Quicken reset or something), then deleted it and rejected the suggestion, and it still popped back up. I guess the program just really thinks I should get this insurance!

That whole area is fuzzy for me - seems to do things that don't make sense. None of my old, imported, transactions are in the memorized list. So when I go to make a payment I have to enter the payee fully (no auto-fill or drop down box has it in there). Then, when I do a report on that payee, only the new ones are listed. If I select the older transaction, and do a report, it only has all the old items listed. It seems to not recognize that the names are exactly the same - or at least treats imported transactions differently from new ones.

Any other ideas?
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