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I just ran what amounts to the Schedule D report and discovered that in both the short term area as in well as the long term area, a stock that I held was listed without its corresponding data. Instead, where the data was suppose to be, the dashed line (-----------) showing that Quicken was adding the column of figures up appeared.

Interestingly, it seems that the totals were nonetheless correct. I tried two different versions of Quicken and had the same problem in both.

For those of you who export your Quicken data to MacInTax, I see a problem. The workaround is that you'll have to go back into the MacInTax data and manually enter the data for the missing entries.

I tried going to, but since Intuit doesn't have any idea what "customer service" means, it was a futile visit. Hope this helps.

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