Multiple Invoices paid with one check

Can it be done in the newest Quicken. I cant seem to do it in 2006Quicken.
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I've never had any trouble doing this with the 2006 or 2007 version of Quicken H&B. I just click on one of the invoices then click on receive payment. Then I have a window with all unpaid invoices for this client. When I enter the amount of the check, Quicken marks as many invoices as possible as paid; and adjusts balance due if any invoice is only partially paid.
What process are you trying and what happens??
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One company with 4 customers ...
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Could you provide a *little* more detail?
Are you saying that you get one check but need to apply to four different customers?
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Hi, R.
Your question may be perfectly reasonable to you, but it is not at all clear to us readers. :>(
First, exactly which version of Quicken? (H&B? Deluxe? QuickBooks? XG (Canadian version)? 2007 or the brand-new 2008?)
Second, are you paying multiple invoices, or receiving payment?
We MIGHT be able to guess, as The Streets are trying to do, but it would be SO MUCH better if you tell us. ;^}
RC
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R.McTigue wrote:

What was your first indication that it failed?

You can say that again!
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