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The conversion of 20 years of entries from PC to Mac did not go flawlessly. The MAC platform is disappointing. There aren't nearly as many reports. The Investment accounts are not handled as well. It is disappointing that Quicken 2017 for MAC is not a better product. Dec 01, 2016  Assuming your file is healthy, 2017 should import your file. Simply follow the steps to import a 2007 file, and your older file should work. If it does not, then contact support to obtain a copy of 2007 ('Lion Compatible') that will work under Sierra. Migrate to that, and then you will be able to move to 2017. The QuickBooks Mac (qbMac) development team has been hard at work making sure qbMac 2016 was compatible with High Sierra development builds since Apple started releasing them many months ago. QbMac 2016 is compatible with macOS 10.13 High Sierra.

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edited August 2018 in Errors and Troubleshooting (Mac)
Does anyone know if the current version of Quicken 2017 for Mac will support MacOS 10.13 when it is released soon? The High Sierra version will be changing the file system to APFS from HFS.
Does Quicken For Mac 2017 Work With Sierra

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  • edited October 2017
    Apple says that APFS will be invisible to most programs. But who knows. I would not want to be the Guinea pig on my working version. I may install High Sierra on a separate partition and try Quicken there first. But hopefully some others will test it against the beta and let us know.
    Here's a nice little tool to look up compatibility:
    http://roaringapps.com/apps
    But take it with a grain of salt as it depends on the reliability of user reports.
    Quicken Mac Subscription; Quicken Mac user since the early 90s
  • edited October 2017
    The short answer is no. High Sierra isn't ready for prime time.
  • edited August 2018
    Well, it may not officially be supported. But I've been using it with High Sierra since Beta 4, with High Sierra 10.13. And now with Beta 10.13.1 v2. I've encountered no problems. My Quicken has updated to 4.6.6.
  • edited October 2017

    Well, it may not officially be supported. But I've been using it with High Sierra since Beta 4, with High Sierra 10.13. And now with Beta 10.13.1 v2. I've encountered no problems. My Quicken has updated to 4.6.6.

    @MSterling is your boot drive an SSD that was converted to APFS?
  • edited October 2017

    Well, it may not officially be supported. But I've been using it with High Sierra since Beta 4, with High Sierra 10.13. And now with Beta 10.13.1 v2. I've encountered no problems. My Quicken has updated to 4.6.6.

    Fusion drive
  • edited October 2017

    Well, it may not officially be supported. But I've been using it with High Sierra since Beta 4, with High Sierra 10.13. And now with Beta 10.13.1 v2. I've encountered no problems. My Quicken has updated to 4.6.6.

    Which means it was not converted to APFS, as Fusion drives are not yet supported.
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  • edited October 2017
    Mac OS 10.13 seems to work with Quicken 16.2.4, HOWEVER check printing preference settings may need to be adjusted. I print on voucher checks, and the numerical amount field was not printing the cents digit after the Mac OS upgrade. I managed to fix the problem by changing the Amount Width setting to 10. This setting can be found at: (Quicken) Preferences.. > Print Checks > Positioning > Amount Width. Since the OS upgrade, the check printing font had somehow changed to American Typewriter from my previous font, Helvetica. I was able to change it back.
    I would not be surprised if there are similar printing issues when printing reports.
  • edited October 2017

    Mac OS 10.13 seems to work with Quicken 16.2.4, HOWEVER check printing preference settings may need to be adjusted. I print on voucher checks, and the numerical amount field was not printing the cents digit after the Mac OS upgrade. I managed to fix the problem by changing the Amount Width setting to 10. This setting can be found at: (Quicken) Preferences.. > Print Checks > Positioning > Amount Width. Since the OS upgrade, the check printing font had somehow changed to American Typewriter from my previous font, Helvetica. I was able to change it back.
    I would not be surprised if there are similar printing issues when printing reports.

    Todd, This thread is for QM2017 and High Sierra. For QM2007 and High Sierra, please see and post in this thread:
    https://getsatisfaction.com/quickencommunity/topics/is-quicken-for-mac-2007-qm2007-compatible-with-h..
    Quicken Mac Subscription; Quicken Mac user since the early 90s
  • edited October 2017

    Apple says that APFS will be invisible to most programs. But who knows. I would not want to be the Guinea pig on my working version. I may install High Sierra on a separate partition and try Quicken there first. But hopefully some others will test it against the beta and let us know.
    Here's a nice little tool to look up compatibility:
    http://roaringapps.com/apps
    But take it with a grain of salt as it depends on the reliability of user reports.

    NO!! After much manipulation I have it basically working, but it will not print checks at all. Crashes every time! Tried everything, but just will not even attempt to print, just crashes and sends report to Apple and Quicken.
  • edited October 2017

    Apple says that APFS will be invisible to most programs. But who knows. I would not want to be the Guinea pig on my working version. I may install High Sierra on a separate partition and try Quicken there first. But hopefully some others will test it against the beta and let us know.
    Here's a nice little tool to look up compatibility:
    http://roaringapps.com/apps
    But take it with a grain of salt as it depends on the reliability of user reports.

    Try this:
    When the print dialog comes up, click the PDF menu in the lower right corner of the dialog. Choose Open PDF in Preview. If that works, we can narrow down the issue to something between your specific printer, Quicken and High Sierra.
    Quicken Mac Subscription; Quicken Mac user since the early 90s
  • edited October 2017

    Apple says that APFS will be invisible to most programs. But who knows. I would not want to be the Guinea pig on my working version. I may install High Sierra on a separate partition and try Quicken there first. But hopefully some others will test it against the beta and let us know.
    Here's a nice little tool to look up compatibility:
    http://roaringapps.com/apps
    But take it with a grain of salt as it depends on the reliability of user reports.

    Thanks. After further testing I found that the problem is incompatibility with my Canon L90 printer. Quicken 2017 works with my HP ink jet, but not with my L90 Laser. The Canon L90 works fine with all Mac Sierra apps, just not with Quicken 2017. I would really rather print my checks with the laser, but apparently there is some kind of Quicken driver issue.
  • edited October 2017

    Apple says that APFS will be invisible to most programs. But who knows. I would not want to be the Guinea pig on my working version. I may install High Sierra on a separate partition and try Quicken there first. But hopefully some others will test it against the beta and let us know.
    Here's a nice little tool to look up compatibility:
    http://roaringapps.com/apps
    But take it with a grain of salt as it depends on the reliability of user reports.

    You might be able to open as a PDF in Preview (as described above) and THEN print to the laser printer. I know, extra step in this workaround, but better than nothing.
    The other thing you can try is when the print dialog comes up, there's a popup menu for a bunch of different settings pages: color matching, paper handling, etc. You could go through all the settings on each of these pages and see if there's something you can change to will make it work directly with the laser. It might take a bit of experimenting to find which setting (if any) is causing the crash.
    You could uninstall and reinstall the printer in macOS System Preferences, but I'm not hopeful that will fix it.
    Other than those suggestions, I guess I'm out of ideas.
    Quicken Mac Subscription; Quicken Mac user since the early 90s
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edited June 2018 in Errors and Troubleshooting (Mac)
MacOS Sierra 10.12.6 compatibility. I had difficulty with last year's update.

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  • edited October 2017
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  • edited April 2018
    Just to clarify, there is no such thing as Quicken 'Essentials' 2018. But as John said, yes, Quicken 2018 for Mac runs under both Sierra (10.12) and High Sierra (10.13).
    Quicken Mac Subscription; Quicken Mac user since the early 90s
  • edited October 2017
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  • edited April 2018

    Just to clarify, there is no such thing as Quicken 'Essentials' 2018. But as John said, yes, Quicken 2018 for Mac runs under both Sierra (10.12) and High Sierra (10.13).

    I checked the Roaring Apps site that show compatibility of many apps. It says No Data ???? in terms of working with High Sierra.
  • edited April 2018

    Just to clarify, there is no such thing as Quicken 'Essentials' 2018. But as John said, yes, Quicken 2018 for Mac runs under both Sierra (10.12) and High Sierra (10.13).

    It is not compatible with 'High Sierra' (10.13) , not to be confused with 'Sierra' (10.12) as asked in the original question.
  • edited April 2018

    Just to clarify, there is no such thing as Quicken 'Essentials' 2018. Traktor scratch pro 2 vs traktor pro 3. But as John said, yes, Quicken 2018 for Mac runs under both Sierra (10.12) and High Sierra (10.13).

    Wait..John in NC you're saying Quicken 2018 isn't compatible with High Sierra?
    Because that is clearly not true.
  • edited April 2018

    Just to clarify, there is no such thing as Quicken 'Essentials' 2018. But as John said, yes, Quicken 2018 for Mac runs under both Sierra (10.12) and High Sierra (10.13).

    Quicken Essentials, the actual program. Not Quicken 2018 for Mac which is compatible.
  • edited April 2018

    Just to clarify, there is no such thing as Quicken 'Essentials' 2018. But as John said, yes, Quicken 2018 for Mac runs under both Sierra (10.12) and High Sierra (10.13).

    OK, I'm confused now.
    Does Quicken 2018 for Mac run on High Sierra?
    Here is a screen shot of what the RoaringApps.com site says, which is pretty reliable.
    Thanks for helping to clarify if anyone can.
  • edited April 2018

    Just to clarify, there is no such thing as Quicken 'Essentials' 2018. But as John said, yes, Quicken 2018 for Mac runs under both Sierra (10.12) and High Sierra (10.13).

    Yes, Quicken for Mac 2018 runs and is completely compatible with High Sierra.
  • edited April 2018

    Just to clarify, there is no such thing as Quicken 'Essentials' 2018. But as John said, yes, Quicken 2018 for Mac runs under both Sierra (10.12) and High Sierra (10.13).

    OK, thank you, because I was not upgrading from Sierra to High Sierra for the only reason being if it was not compatible with Quicken 2018.
    Thanks again!
  • edited April 2018

    Just to clarify, there is no such thing as Quicken 'Essentials' 2018. But as John said, yes, Quicken 2018 for Mac runs under both Sierra (10.12) and High Sierra (10.13).

    Just curious..by if Quicken 2018 is the latest version..why would you think it would not be compatible with the latest macOS software?