1 more time--How can i convert a CSV file into .TAX or .QIF format


R

rondi

I have looked all over--yahoo/groups, google for a piece of software
which will convert a .csv file to either a .TAX or .QIF format, but
they all want >$40 to do that.

Has someone written a macro or and add-in for Excel 2k which they
would like to share????

tia,
ron

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John Pollard

rondi said:
I have looked all over--yahoo/groups, google for a piece of software
which will convert a .csv file to either a .TAX or .QIF format, but
they all want >$40 to do that.

Has someone written a macro or and add-in for Excel 2k which they
would like to share????
"1 more time"? I didn't bother to check the archives for your previous
attempt to get an answer, but I am certainly surprised you did not get one
in this group and I am also surprised you did not find an answer in the
archives (Google).

I know of three pieces of software that will do what you ask, and one costs
about $20 (unless the price changed recently) and the other is free.

And a quick check at Google produced this (the free one):

http://makeashorterlink.com/?H27923086

If that doesn't do the job, if you search a little harder at Google you will
find at least two others. I *think* Excel is required.
 
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Steve Sutton

rondi said:
I have looked all over--yahoo/groups, google for a piece of software
which will convert a .csv file to either a .TAX or .QIF format, but
they all want >$40 to do that.

Has someone written a macro or and add-in for Excel 2k which they
would like to share????
I googled for "excel qif macro" and the very first link on the page was:

http://xl2qif.chez.tiscali.fr/xl2qif_en.php

I've never used it, but it's free. And it has been updated just a few days
ago. Looks pretty fancy.

Cheers,
Steve
 
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rondi

Thanks guys for the feedback---i should have mentioned---what i found
will not work for Quicken 2004 or they do not have provision for
!Invest.

I bought a converter (and Add-in which creates a button on the
toolbar) from Big Red Consulting--$29, which converts my Excel
worksheet to a qif file. It works fine and handles whatever columns i
want.

I'm all done converting--now i need to check.

thanks,


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