Installing 2 versions of Quicken (US and Canadian) on same computer

Can Quicken Premier 2011 (U.S. version) and Quicken Home and Business 2011 (Canadian version) be installed on the same computer.  I have seen references that you hold the control and shift keys down together while selecting the first “Next” button, but in 2011 you can’t even get that far.  Quicken 2011 first does a check and displays a pop up with the following message, “In order to continue your installation of Quicken you will need to manually uninstall the version that is already installed.”  Does any one know how to install multiple versions of Quicken when 2011 is involved?
  • I have the same problem, tried installing Canadian version first, then the US version. The Canadian version I'm using is 2011 home and business, the US is 2011 Quicken deluxe. I tried the reverse install as well same results. You would think after all these years Quicken would resolve this problem, there are thousans of us in the same boat. MS Money worked fine in both currencies, but they have stopped support now.
    As the previous person said the control shift does not work on the 2011 version.
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You're both wrong if you think you can't have multiple versions of Quicken installed along with Q2011. I have Q2002, Q2004, Q2005, Q2009, Q2010 and Q2011 installed on the same pc ... and Q2011 was installed last.

But it has never been possible to have the same version of Quicken (ie, Q2011) installed more than once on the same pc.  

The option not to uninstall different (year) versions during the install process is working as designed.
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