The program works by comparing the current, working file with a saved file to make sure that there haven't been any spontaneous changes to the data. I have experienced a number of spontaneous changes in my files, including some with Quicken 98 (the most recent version I've used). I've also experienced changes when performing a version upgrade.
What's new in this version:
- Dates are now interpreted in accordance with date format settings in the Date & Time Control Panel, instead of assuming the date format conventional in the US. A consequence of this change is that dates with four-digit years are forced into the same range (1928 - 2027) as dates with two-digit years
- To accommodate newer versions of Quicken (including future versions), as well as other money management programs, lines in the export file may now be of unlimited length. They previously ... See all new features »