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I'm having problems with Quicken 2014 freezing up and changing pages without clicking on them.

Having problems with freezing on any page and pages are changing without clicking for them. Sometimes I can't close the program. Running Windows 8.1 and I have loaded modo patch R3. Have tried changing capatibility from widows XP3 to Windows 7, windows 8, and windows 8.1 with no solution. Need help A.S.A.P.. 
    Hi rwsherwood2,
    Could you try the steps in the answer on this thread: https://qlc.intuit.com/questions/784042-quicken-2014-deluxe-latency-issues and reply back if this fixes the slowness you're experiencing?

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