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Quicken XG 2004


Xnut

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I have read some of the old correspondence regarding installation of Quicken 2004 on windows 7. I ave installed my version ok by using compatibility mode XP and all seams to work ok. The one issue that I do have is that I cannot print any invoices or post copies to PDF etc. Has anybody else experienced this problem and have they overcome the issue. Thanks for any help Xnut.

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northumbria61

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Xnut - I have just followed those instructions in that LINK - Installed the HP Photosmart C4600 printer driver, configured it in Devices & Printers and ALL is now printing from Quicken.

In Devices & Printers it shows default printer as Quicken - HP Photosmart C4600 series although my printer is HP Photosmart 8250 and right clicking on printer I get 2 printers listed from each of the following:- See what's printing - Set as Default Printer - Printing Preferences - Printer Properties - Delete Print queue.
ie: 1. Quicken - HP Photosmart C4600 series 2. HP Photosmart 8200 series

However everything is now printing from this new installed driver HP C4600 series as the default printer.

I am assuming you have an HP Printer?

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