My situation is similar to Roger from above. I placed a used iMac that I had retired on my desk next to my Mac Pro which was upgraded and ran the iMac on Snow Leopard solely because of Quicken. After 20 years, I really didn't want to shift to another financial app. I downloaded the new Quicken 2007 for Lion and can run it on my Mac Pro and am happy again. However, I will save the Snow Leopard iMac until I find out what happens long range. Why didn't they do this earlier and preserve good will?
I bought the MacBook Air and the Quicken 2007 data was transferred to it. But it won't open. The message says "Power PC applications are no longer accepted." I had downloaded the new Quicken from Intuit onto my old machine, and downloaded it again onto the Air. But still it won't open. Anyone else have this problem?
I really like the picture of the cat in the ad. But when I finally go to download this "simplified Quicken", it is not just a "Cat", but a "cat and mouse". The mouse and the cat just jump off the screen. The cat looks a lot like yours. Perhaps the mouse is yours. The mouse is the one on the right side of the picture.
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