How do I delete a bill payment reminder that Quicken created for a loan that doesn't exist?

I have a loan payment that appears to have been automatically created by Quicken that doesn't actually exist and never did exist (the payee is a bank I had a checking account with a few years ago and has been closed for over a year). When I click "Show History," no transactions are listed so I don't even know why this reminder was created in the first place.

When I choose "edit" and "this and all future reminders" there is no option to delete it. I can't find any other signs of this "loan" anywhere else in Quicken. I can skip it, but I'd rather delete it so it doesn't keep showing up.
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    Select the reminder. Click "Delete" in the Bill and Income Reminders menu row.

    [Quicken doesn't automatically create loans. If you click the Edit button on the reminder, then click "This and all future ..."; if there is a loan, you'll get the "Edit Loan Payment" dialog. If you don't see that dialog, it's not a Quicken "loan" reminder. Quicken loans can be found in Property & Debt > Loan Details.]
    • I don't see delete anywhere. When I go into edit it says "Loan" at the top of the box.
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    Nevermind, I finally found a Delete option when I go into the All Bills and Deposits and right-click on it in the list.
    • " ... in the Bill and Income Reminders menu row".

      Key phrase: "menu row".
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