In addition to the Quicken stock quote problem that everyone is experiencing I seem to have an additional problem that I can't quite figure out.
I'm using Quicken XG and when I open my portfolio all dollar figures are shown correctly with two decimal places such as Price, Cost Basis, Market Value, Realized Gain, etc. However, any column with a percentage such as ROI, % Gain, % Invested, etc., the two decimal places are not there. What should read as 68.34 reads only 68.
How do I get the percentages in my portfolio to display two decimal places?
Strangely enough my Quicken XG portfolio used to display all percentages with two decimal places but my computer crashed a week ago and I had to reinstall Windows XP, reinstall my Quicken software and import my backed up Quicken files. Since then I simply cannot get the percentages to display correctly.
Within Quicken I've already clicked on "Edit", "Preferences", "Reports and Graphs" and changed the "Decimal Places for Prices and Shares" to 3 but that doesn't have any effect, of course, on the percentages display.
I've also clicked on "Start", "Control Panel", "Regional and Language Options", "Customize", and then the "Numbers" tab" and changed "No. of digits after decimal" to 2 but the percentages in the portfolio still look like XX. and not XX.XX.
Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
Help is appreciated.