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Tony B

I am c canadian user who would like to switch from
Quicken to Money. However i cannot find that Royal Bank
of Canada is in the list of supported Banks.

Any idea. Maybe the name is different or..
 
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Paul

No problem. Just make sure your bank offers online
banking.

Not all banks are listed, mine wasn't when I first got
money and it worked fine. Just make sure your bank
infact offers online banking and that you are signed up
to it. Than make sure that your bank allows you to
export the banks information from their website, in Money
or Quicken format, to your computer and into Money.

Basically, if they have a link that allows you to
download your statement, or whatever they call it, onto
your computer in Money or Quicken format, you will be all
set. Than just double click on the file you downloaded
and Money should automatically ask you where to import
it. However if you still have Quicken installed, you may
want to uninstall it or that may open instead. Most
files, whether they are Quicken or Money are transferable
between the two programs by the way, so if your bank only
offers Quicken format, it should work fine with Money.

Best of luck,
Paul
 
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Guest

-----Original Message-----
I am c canadian user who would like to switch from
Quicken to Money. However i cannot find that Royal Bank
of Canada is in the list of supported Banks.

Any idea. Maybe the name is different or..


.
Try RBC in the list
 

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