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Quicken Printing in Windows 8


brambles

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My Quicken 2001 was functioning perfectly with Windows 7 but - since I installed Windows 8 (which didn't need a re-installation) I don't get anything when I click on the Printer Setup button.

I have reinstalled Quicken but of no avail.

Any ideas - it is a very reliable little programme - I purchased Windows 2004 on Amazon but it turned out to be a 'Duff'

Any recommendations?

Brambles

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proudfoot

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I have Quicken 2002 US/Canadian version (Currecy just happens to be in Dollars but we ignore that). I have installed it on my wife's new Win8 laptop and it works OK though we don't print cheques etc.

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brambles

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Thanks romanby1 I didn't want it for printing cheques just reports. It's still the best finance programme about and mine is functioning ok apart from this printing problem.

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brambles

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Thanks romanby1 I didn't want it for printing cheques just reports. It's still the best finance programme about and mine is functioning ok apart from this printing problem.

bramblesf

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proudfoot

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Mine prints fine. I suggest you backup and reinstal.

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