Firstly, for your shares, click the Investing menu > Security list.
Ensure that for all Australian shares the Type is Stock and the Asset class is Australian Stocks. Since the introduction of the 2017 version you can no longer use the type Market Index for Australian stocks.
Finally, in One-Step Update > select quotes, ensure all relevant shares are ticked.
Thanks for your reply, new to the community, but have been using Quicken for a long time.
Checked all that still not working, it only updates the 3 American indices.
It was working fine before in RAPP2016 and it has worked for me in all the other versions.
In my other data file it has uploaded all of them including the watch list. A lot of the stock quotes in this watch list are the same as the ones that I have in the second data file.
Had a good look and noticed that in the security details of file 1 I can actually change the Currency and in File 2 I cannot change it, it is greyed out.
In currencies it shows that I am using AUD
Well the table in File 1 is bigger as it has more watch list items in it, but yes they are all ticked and the Symbols of the same companies are the same in each file.
When I do the one step update in File 2 it seems to do something but it does not write the OZ quotes in the table. It does update the Dow Jones, NasdaQ.
It also has updated the NZSX 50, but that looks like it was wrong to start of with around 1/3/2013 it became 4294.967295 and stayed like that till 24/10/17 and jumped to 8130.10 and has proper quotes since then.
The currency Table also gets updated.
I did what you said and yes it started the down load for the individual ones. It has uploaded the lot now. I have ticked all the share quotes as that is what I really want.
I did not tick the "all ordinaries" as that might be an issue. Did not have that in File one, I think that was created when I set up file 2 a couple of years ago.
Thanks for your help. Hope it all works tonight.