Josh, I don't think this will help, but: I have installed every OS upgrade for my . is to obtain and run QM Lion Compatible (LC), which will run on Mac OS X.
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My Quicken version is Under "Check for updates" in Quicken, that is the most current version. Good luck. I may be able to help with the correct version of Q if you can figure out how to get me your contact info.
Update on Quicken for Mac 2007 Support Policies (May 2016)
Josh Rattner Member. September edited October in Errors and Troubleshooting Mac. I just upgraded to OS I'm told there exists a free patch or upgrade of some sort, but I can't find it. Also, won't even open on Any help would be much appreciated.
- install mac os x 10.8 mountain lion.
- virus malware scan for mac;
- Converting your Quicken for Mac 2007 (or older) file;
- scroll bar missing word mac;
September edited August September edited September If you find this reply helpful, please be sure to click "Like", so others will know, thanks. Even worse, the company FAQ quietly notes that Intuit is "evaluating options for Quicken Essentials for Mac," which is common corporate speak for discontinuing the product. At a minimum, it certainly is not a solid declaration of future support.
You could follow Intuit's advice -- and note that if you migrate from Quicken to Quicken Essentials, you will need to " upgrade and transfer your data on your current operating system. It will not import on Lion. Given the relatively low cost of personal finance programs, the time needed to migrate to a new software package already, and Intuit's history of lackluster Mac support and unlikely future support, it will be more logical for most users to switch to a new program with a similar feature set. Based on hands-on experience with iBank 4 -- although some interface elements seem a bit awkward and some reporting features are missed from Quicken -- it is a worthy replacement.
Furthermore, unlike Quicken Essentials , both iBank 4 and Money 4 are available with a free trial as well so one can experiment with each prior to purchase.
Because Microsoft Office offers VBA macro support and an interface that some find superior to the subsequently introduced Office , many users have stuck with Office or even Office or Office X. It also is worth noting that Office will run without Rosetta, but the installer will not, so complicated workarounds are required to install it on a Mac without Rosetta support.
If one is using Office or an earlier version, the simple solution is to upgrade to Office , which is intended to be able to read older documents without difficulties. However, be sure to always save a backup of every file and never open the only copy of a file with a newer version of the application, just to be safe. Additionally, there are some known issues and crashes even with Office as well as Office , but Microsoft is addressing these issues as well as implementing new Lion-specific features with a fortcoming version of Office Depending on one's budget and needs, one might choose to delay upgrading until funds are available.
If one's needs are basic, the free open-source OpenOffice and LibreOffice "knockoffs" also might be of interest. Because of the high cost of Adobe Creative Suite, many users no doubt have stuck with an older version and only have upgraded when forced due to compatibility or when new features were added that enticed them to upgrade.
Although it always is important to save backups and never test with an original , files should be able to survive the ride without difficulty and the simple solution is to upgrade to the current Adobe CS 5. However, there are some known issues even with the latest Adobe software and those on a budget may need to defer upgrading to OS X Lion until it makes financial sense to do so. As well documented by Tim Cimbura , Filemaker 7 "introduced an entirely new file format and rewritten application from the ground up. The work involved to migrate a Filemaker 5 formatted database can be significant and so some companies decided to leave a working solution alone.
Using Quicken for Mac? Read This Before You Upgrade to Lion
Cimbura provides helpful advice about upgrade and reworking options, but in general, upgrading an older database to use Filemaker 11 could be fairly simple or it could be quite difficult, depending on its age and complexity. For some, an upgrade may be feasible whereas others may need to keep a "legacy box" running Mac OS X Snow Leopard or earlier.
It also is worth noting that Filemaker only is certifying that the "shipping versions of Filemaker products will be updated to support OS X Lion. Theoretically, Filemaker 8. However, running these versions is not supported and one should backup everything prior to experimenting.
Newer Mac users may smirk and have no interest in -- or even knowledge of -- Eudora, but many old school Mac users are fans of the vintage e-mail program, some from back in the days where "waste cycles drawing trendy 3D junk" was an option.