Do I have the option to get this message: "Are you sure you want to exit Quickbooks desktop?" I have it on my home office QB, and I really need it at clients' desktops.

I think the client may have chosen "Do  not show this message in the future" in the past and I want to restore that message.  I have, too often, clicked the wrong upper-right arrow and had the only option be "Do you want to back up?"  It's a huge time-waster to be forced to let it shut down and then start it up again.  And please ddon't tell me that there a re other ways to close windows--I know that, and I don't usually do it; I'm just asking to get the message back.


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