Quicken 2007
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Personal finance, re-engineered for OS X 10.7.   Shareware ($14.99)
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Quicken 2007 for OS X 10.7 Lion is a re-engineered version of Quicken Mac 2007 that will work on OS X 10.7. This version is ideal for Quicken for Mac customers who use Apple's latest operating system OS X 10.7 Lion. New Quicken customers should choose Quicken Essentials for Mac to get started.

Data migration is easy: Quicken Mac 2005 - 2007 data files will automatically convert into the Lion compatible version. If you're currently running Quicken Essentials for Mac on OS X 10.7 Lion, and have previously converted from Quicken 2005, 2006 or 2007 for Mac,
What's New
Version 16.1.4:
  • Fixed a crash that can occur when viewing the Insights window
  • Fixed a crash that can occur when downloading transactions
  • Fixed a crash that can occur when the data file has a very long file name
  • Fixed a crash that can occur when a category has a very long name
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.7 or later



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Localboy56 commented on 06 Jan 2014
BTW - The screenshot on this page is for Quicken Essentials, not Quicken 2007 for Mac Lion Compatible
[Version 16.1.4]


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Localboy56 reviewed on 09 Nov 2013
Glad to have classic Quicken 2007 available for Intel Macs. Essentials was SUCH a disappointment.

I ran parallel with SEE Finance for over a year. I kept hoping SEE would make it into the Mac App Store and fix a few annoyances like no uncategorized transaction alert and a not very intuitive reconciliation process. I have reluctantly come to the realization that this is unlikely to happen anytime soon.

Yes, Quicken 2007's interface is kind of dated but it works perfectly in Mavericks and does everything I need. I just hope Intuit continues to keep it functional as Mac OS evolves.
[Version 16.1.4]


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Richard Fowlkes reviewed on 26 Jun 2013
I've used this program for many, many years and I find it to be a great program. It does all I need. Yes, we did go through that terrible period where they failed to update the program to allow it to work with what was the current Mac OS, but we're past that now. I'm not sure why the MacUpdate review won't let me rate it higher than what is shown here.
[Version 16.1.4]


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Gregm commented on 29 Mar 2013
16.1.4 update of today supposedly fixed several crash problems. It crashed on the first run ----- . I'm working SEE Finance and will drop *this* baby as soon as I have the reporting functions of SEE down pat.
[Version 16.1.2]


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Cpragman reviewed on 10 Mar 2013
Still works just fine (with the recent updates). No porting of years of data files to other systems.

Note that 16.1.3 appears to have been release.
[Version 16.1.2]


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Shiningsun reviewed on 25 Oct 2012
Was running Quicken 2006 on SL, and had to upgrade to 2007 for Lion when I upgraded to Mountain Lion. It loaded my data file without issues, works the same way (both pro and con: it has familiar interface, but the interface is really dated), and has been stable for me. The only issue I encountered so far is importing QFX from one of my credit unions doesn't seem to work, but importing QIF from the same works fine. It's not too expensive, and is definitely worth it to me.
[Version 16.1.2]


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Jimw commented on 08 Oct 2012
Recently it my comments regarding Quicken for Mac that are in QIF Master were noted by another commenter that they also belong as a comment on Quicken 2007 for Mac. Given that Quicken for Windows is on a 2013 version and considering his comment I have chosen to paste them here as well. Here is what I wrote several months ago:

"Quicken is till stuck at the 2007 version and seems to contain code that corrupts its own databases and that has never been fixed since its release. This seems to be especially true in the investments area. What makes this even more disturbing is that the head of Intuit, Bill Campbell came from Apple and I believe is still on its Board of Directors! As such I have moved on from Quicken and any support products and I strongly suggest that other users and developers do the same. While Quicken was once a great product, it seems to me it isn't any more and Intuit, despite all its retortic, just seems to be continuing 'milking' it for all it is worth, which is a crying shame. "
[Version 16.1.2]


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Lacwbo commented on 10 Sep 2012
Quicken still can't get their act together: the OL-290 problem is back with the Discover download and more permanent than before. It used to be intermittent. Don't they have any software engineers who know what they are doing. iBank has no problem downloading Discover.
[Version 16.1.2]


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raugust commented on 27 Jul 2012
Can someone confirm whether the Quickfill Transaction bug has been fixed in version 16.1.2? This is the bug where Quicken doesn't retain the information filled into a Write Checks form when using the QuickFill for Payee, Amount, Category and/or Memo.
[Version 16.1.2]


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Lacwbo commented on 25 Jul 2012
Quicken has now updated Quicken 2007 for Lion to version 16.1.2.
According to the update, they now support Mountain Lion and also have corrected the OL-290 problem with the downloads of Discover Card transactions.

So far, it appears to have corrected my OL-290 problem. I'm still running Lion, so I can't vouch for how well it runs under Mountain Lion.
[Version 16.1.1]

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Dr-David replied on 26 Jul 2012
How does one get the update from 16.1.1 to 16.1.2?
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Odysseus replied on 26 Jul 2012
To get from 16.1.1 to 16.1.2, you merely have to launch Quicken 2007 for Lion
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Lacwbo replied on 27 Jul 2012
Today July 27, the OL-290 error when attempting to download Discover Card Update has returned. So this update did not fix the problem. I was in error, I wrote too soon praising the update.
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Cheezmo replied on 30 Jul 2012
I didn't start getting OL-290 errors UNTIL I did the 16.1.2 update.

Now I get them. Sigh.
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Rogerdee123 rated on 31 Oct 2013

[Version 16.1.4]



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Lancetx70 rated on 10 Mar 2013

[Version 16.1.2]



Milsner rated on 06 Apr 2012

[Version 16.1.1]



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Lancetx70 rated on 06 Apr 2012

[Version 16.1.1]



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John_Brown rated on 12 Mar 2012

[Version 16.1.0]



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Kidsdoc rated on 10 Mar 2012

[Version 16.1.0]



+3

Lancetx70 rated on 09 Mar 2012

[Version 16.1.0]


Downloads:7,148
Version Downloads:2,068
Type:Business : Finance
License:Shareware
Date:27 Mar 2013
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $14.99
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Quicken 2007 for OS X 10.7 Lion is a re-engineered version of Quicken Mac 2007 that will work on OS X 10.7. This version is ideal for Quicken for Mac customers who use Apple's latest operating system OS X 10.7 Lion. New Quicken customers should choose Quicken Essentials for Mac to get started.

Data migration is easy: Quicken Mac 2005 - 2007 data files will automatically convert into the Lion compatible version. If you're currently running Quicken Essentials for Mac on OS X 10.7 Lion, and have previously converted from Quicken 2005, 2006 or 2007 for Mac, you'll be able to migrate your Quicken Essentials transaction data to Quicken Mac 2007 OS X 10.7 Lion compatible.

Organize all your accounts in one place: With Quicken Mac 2007, you'll be able to see all of your checking, savings, credit card, loan, investments, and retirement accounts in one place, so you'll know exactly where you're spending your money. All without looking at multiple sites and statements: Quicken downloads your income and expenses from your bank(s), so you don't have to enter transactions manually.


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