Will they improve the program, lets hope so Quicken 2003 was a downgrade in
Probably just another attempt to get you to pay them for watching theirWill they improve the program, lets hope so Quicken 2003 was a downgrade in
Has this newsgroup **EVER** considered a new version an
You know what I'd pay for? A new version that had a substantial number ofActually, to me 2002 was a downgrade.
I finally switched to 2003 for only one reason:
you have the "make new" button for transactions
downloaded from an external source.
The "match" feature was driving me crazy in 2001/2002
and was always wrong.
Yes. That is, as much access as I want or need.Do you have full access to Quicken's online features? I'm thinking
online banking, and stock price updates.
I am not suggesting. I've never skipped a Quicken upgrade before, andBut as for online features, I can download quotes and do my online banking just
fine. If you're suggesting there's an online feature I "don't know I'm
missing", do tell.
I _think_ upgrade discounts have always worked from any prior version of theWhich brings up another idea. If I upgrade from Quicken 2003 to
Quicken 2005, what are the odds that I'll get an upgrader's discount
I don't think a rebate is the same as a discount... but to get theJohn DeRosa said:I _think_ upgrade discounts have always worked from any prior version of the
I can't know authoritatively what policy Quicken will use for upgrades in the
future. But as an inducement to buy their product, it wouldn't make any sense
to not give a discount to someone with Q2003. In fact it would be very
shortsighted on their part.
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