will Quicken 2007 work with OS X Mavericks ?

I want to upgrade my Mac to OS X Mavericks and want to know if it will support  my Quicken 2007 software?

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Folks, I have an update that might be helpful. Prompted by the fact that Quicken 2007 (16.1.14) was problematic for me but was working ok for others I started to experiment and I now have it working!

For years I have launched Quicken by clicking on the data file that I want to work on (I have multiple files for different accounts). As I mentioned above when I did this after I upgraded to Mavericks Quicken dropped the cursor and would not let me re-select text on the record I was entering or on past records already entered.
When I experimented I found that if I launch the Quicken 2007 **application** on it's own it then launched the last data file I had opened and all of the features worked just fine.

In summary try launching Quicken from the app not the data file. That has worked for me. Dont know why but it has. Hope this helps
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