Invoices - Auto Entry of Customer Address in Bill & Ship to Fields

When filling out an invoice for a customer already in the customer list, their address does not show up in the Bill to and Ship To fields.  Shouldn't it?  It's not very convenient to have to type it in each time.  I have the QuickFill buttons checked in the customer information screens.
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I'm the person who originally asked this question back in February, and today my son came up with the solution.  Yay, Kevin!  

Go to Edit-Preferences-Quicken Program-Register-QuickFill.  Be sure 'Recall Memorized Payees' is checked.  As a point of information, everything else in the two lists of options is also checked, with the exception of 'Provide drop-down lists on field entry'.  

As soon as I checked that field my Customer Address field populated when I picked the customer, and typing an apostrophe in the Ship To field populated that with the information also (Thank You to NoWayJose).

I hope this saves some time and frustration to all of you who have also experienced this problem, and I thank everyone who tried to help.
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