control "F"

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.
    (I'm always using the latest Quicken Windows Premier subscription version)
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