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Perhaps the wisest thing I ever read here is the advice never to abandon the version of Quicken that works for you for a newer, supposedly flossier version. Well, Intuit has found the means to force me into the new Quicken; after the middle of May, I will no longer be allowed to download my daily prices into QY2K. It was a wonderful thing when I no longer had to enter stock and fund prices by hand, as I did with Q4; and indeed it was that feature that finally persuaded me to abandon a version that had worked very well for me. As it turned out, QY2K was a good'un. I never looked back. But now I can't bring myself to go back to hand entry. I guess they've got me.
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