I was able to import my old files from Microsoft Money 2005 and I am very pleased indeed with it.
However I soon got fed up with that and entered the shares in Excel and then copied the prices into Excel, with the only problem being that I have to have a separate spreadsheet for each day.
I have tried one or two other ways but this seems to be the simplest/best.
Unless, of course, someone knows differently............
I very much doubt that it will update UK share prices.
I lost that facility with Quicken 2004 when Intuit ended all UK support.
See this thread near the end about the snags Quicken review It is a pity because Quicken was an excellent program and I still use it but not to the extent I did. It works OK but i don't think checking shares and the help files etc do not work. It is a US version which I have set up for GB Pounds and as a home accounts package it works perfectly.
You may well be advised to look at other UK financial management programs. Business Accountz may be more suitable for invoices. You need to copy the Program Files directly into the same W7 file structure as you do for say XP. I have had plenty of excellent support from Quicken US via email.
I currently use Quicken '98, and would like to update to Quicken 2010 or 2011, but it is only available in a US version.
Will I be able to change the program to accept Pounds Sterling, and will I be able to enter my UK Bank account details.