Home and Business 2011, transaction register, downloaded transactions tab, date column displays max 9 characters

I am using Quicken Home and Business 2011 for Canada on Windows 7 64-bit

I have had this problem for years, and wondered if it had been corrected in 2012-2013.
Looking for a reason to upgrade...

In the transaction register, at the bottom, using the tab 'Downloaded Transactions'
the date column is limited to 9 characters (or 8 if the short date format in regional settings
is set to something longer).

This is a pain, because my short date format is set to YYYY-MM-DD.
So all I see is the year and month.

It is highly inconvenient to have to change regional settings for date
every time I go into accept downloaded transactions (so I can match dates)

Note: I know I posted this earlier and it disappeared.
Perhaps deleted as duplicate since first posting was incorrect and redid it.
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