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Why can't I set the share price on a dividend reinvestment in Q2019 like I can in Q2007?

Migrating from Q2007 to Q2019 Deluxe.
In Q2007, on a dividend reinvestment I would enter the number of shares and price. Quicken would calculate the dollar amount. Most of the time the dollar amount would be off up to a few cents, but who cares - what matters most in calculating a cost basis (for a future taxable sale) is number of shares and price.

But in Q2019, I am restricted to entering the number of shares and dollar amount and Quicken calculates the price. Now the price does not match my statement! Isn't this a serious flaw? Isn't it more important to have a dead accurate share price?
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