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Quicken 4.0

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quicken4.sit (733.00 KB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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This app works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II, Mini vMac

Quicken 4.0 was the first Macintosh edition of this personal finance software to feature reporting in graphs. Several new features were added from version 3.0 while keeping an identical user interface. Certain releases of ClarisWorks 2.0 were also bundled with Quicken 4.0. What a coincidence that Intuit and Claris had this relationship, as the Claris CEO Bill Campbell later became CEO of Intuit for a short while! Incidentally, Quicken 4.0 is a shining example of the power of Mac OS 7 and a very clean user interface.

(Many thanks to user Protocol7 for furnishing the Quicken 4.0 files!)

See also

Quicken 1.0, Quicken 3.0, Quicken Deluxe 6, Quicken SE 7, Quicken 7b, Quicken Deluxe 7, Quicken Deluxe 98, Quicken 2000 Deluxe, Quicken 2001 Deluxe, Quicken 2003 for Mac, Quicken 2005 for Mac, Quicken 2007 (PPC)

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Architecture: 68k

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DennisBL's picture
by DennisBL - 2018, May 28 - 11:04pm

Using Quicken 4 in Sheepshaver, you can import your bank statements into the program. Download your bank statement from your OS X browser in QIF format. Place the file in your shared folder for Sheepshaver. Copy it to the OS9 side. Launch Resedit, then from the “File Menu>Get File/Folder info…” choose your downloaded bank statement and enter “TEXT” into the Type box and “ttxt” (no quotes) into the Creator box…they will be blank when first opened. From there import into Quicken.
You can create reports and then print to pdf. Place the pdf in your shared folder and print from the OSX side. A very simple to use financial program from the past still useable today.

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by MikeTomTom - 2015, September 27 - 6:24am

@Najwan: One major difference is: "Quicken 4.0 was the first Macintosh edition of this personal finance software to feature reporting in graphs."

Its in the description above. Also that it kept the same user interface while introducing several new features. What they were I couldn't say, having not used this software.

Najwan Panachri's picture
by Najwan Panachri - 2015, September 26 - 2:38pm

What is the difference between Quicken 3.0 and 4.0?
Thanks before.