Select this option to have Quicken suggest categories to assign to new transactions as you enter them. For more information, see How Quicken suggests categories for you.
The selected business data that Quicken uses to categorize your transactions is provided by infoUSA Inc.
Enters the decimal point two places to the left when you are using Quicken's pop-up calculator in a cash flow register.
Example: You enter 3478 on the pop-up calculator; Quicken records the amount as 34.78.
Adds the Enter, Edit, and Split buttons at the bottom right of the current transaction.
If you clear this option, you can enter a transaction by pressing Enter, open the Split Transaction dialog by pressing CTRL+S, and use commands that were available from the Edit button by choosing Edit menu > Transaction.
The following two options add additional buttons on the transaction toolbar. The transaction toolbar must be turned on (see above) for these two options to take effect.
When you select this option, reconciled and cleared transactions appear slightly faded.
Select this option to always make the working area of your register (the part that contains the individual transactions) use as much screen space as possible. Your actual view of your register will depends on the register state-for example, whether you have any downloaded transactions waiting to be accepted.
This option affects both registers and investment transaction lists.
Click Fonts to change the size and style of the typeface used in all registers and lists.
Switch to a larger font size if you have trouble seeing smaller type. Change to a smaller font size to fit more characters on your screen.
You can see an example of the text at the bottom of the window.
Depending on how Quicken is set up, changing the font can also change the size of Quicken dialogs.
To return to Quicken's default font setting, click Reset.
When this option is selected, Quicken removes unlocked, unused memorized payees from the Memorized Payee List after the specified number of months.
This option is useful if your list is getting so detailed that using QuickFill gives you too many closely related choices.