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Surprize, surprize!! I got a report in Quicken (I have Deluxe 98 Mac) in the Report section under Investment that is the Capital Gains Report. You can customize as to date, account, secruity, longterm-shorterm, etc. Worked really well and it looks like it is on an Average Cost Basis format. Try it'll like it (I hope).

CAUTION! IIRC, Quicken allows you to generate capital gains reports using average cost basis even when you are not allowed to use average cost (such as individual stocks).

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