Exporting data to EXCEl compatible format


D

Dave

I must be stupid, but cannot find how to do the simplest thing, that is to
export all the share prices I have in Quicken into an EXCEL compatible
format.

What am I missing? I know such a simple task must be possible, but where?

Any pointers?
Thanks
Dave
 
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H

Han

I must be stupid, but cannot find how to do the simplest thing, that
is to export all the share prices I have in Quicken into an EXCEL
compatible format.

What am I missing? I know such a simple task must be possible, but
where?

Any pointers?
Thanks
Dave
You have to make up a report and print that to a file, IIRC
 
J

JM

I must be stupid, but cannot find how to do the simplest thing, that is to
export all the share prices I have in Quicken into an EXCEL compatible
format.

What am I missing?  I know such a simple task must be possible, but where?

Any pointers?
Thanks
Dave
You can export the price history for an individual security - open the
price history for the security and select Print. In the Print pop-up
select "Export to:" and a tab delimited Excel file is one of the
options.
 
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John Pollard

Dave said:
I must be stupid, but cannot find how to do the simplest
thing, that
is to export all the share prices I have in Quicken into an
EXCEL
compatible format.

What am I missing? I know such a simple task must be
possible, but
where?
Google for "QPH File Processor". It's free and it can pull
prices directly from your Quicken .QPH file into a comma, or
tab, delimited file ... without running Quicken.
 

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