Fills in each field in a transaction as you type it. Works with check numbers (Num field in the register), payees, categories, subcategories, classes, security names, investment actions, and transfer account names.
This is one of the features that lets you enter data quickly, so you probably don't want to turn it off.
If you turn off Complete fields using previous entries, then Recall memorized payees isn't available either.
Fills the register fields with memorized payee information when you press TAB to leave the Payee field.
You probably don't want to turn this off, because this is what makes QuickFill so convenient for reusing previous transactions.
Turning off Recall memorized payees also turns off Complete fields using previous entries.
Opens a drop-down list when you tab to a field or place the insertion point in a field.
If you want the drop-down list sometimes, but find it gets in your way when it appears in every transaction, try selecting Show buttons on QuickFill fields instead.
Saves each transaction you enter for a new payee (except investment transactions) and adds it to the Memorized Payee List.
Quicken will stop automatically memorizing new payees when your Memorized Payee List reaches 2,000 entries. In that case, you can delete memorized payees from the list, and then turn Automatically memorize new payees back on.
Adds names and addresses from the Address Book to the QuickFill list. In addition to selecting this check box, select the Include this Payee in QuickFill list check box on the Payee tab in the Edit Address Book Record.
This lets you reuse these names in the register when writing checks or as scheduled transactions.