control "F"

solerglenn
solerglenn Member
hi guys, I have been using you guys for at least 25 years. You used to have a feature that when I hit "control F" it would copy the field that I was on and ask me to hit "Find" or "Find all". about a year and a half ago this function disappeared!! For all this time now when I hit "control F" I have to type in what I want quicken to look for. It doesn't populate the Find box with the words that I am on irregardless if it is a payee, memo, category etc. It was so useful. Is there a reason you took away that feature? Can you put it back?
thanks a lot.
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  • Chris_QPW
    Chris_QPW Member ✭✭✭✭
    They, changed it, and then brought it back as an option (after there were complaints).

    Select Ctrl+F and you get this dialog:


    Deselect "Find in 'Any field' by default" and then Close, and the next time you use it, it will work the way want.
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