USA Forgot Quicken 7.0 command to export data to a comma-delimited prn file

Mar 19, 2018
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Still using Quicken 7.0 since 1993. It still works perfectly. The only problem I have is a faulty memory.

I us Quicken as my electronic checkbook register. Periodically, I export the information and then import the information into an Excel spreadsheet (useful when doing taxes).

I seem to remember using the following format when exporting data (example: C:\account name.prn-d) to a comma delimited file with the various fields surrounded by quotes. The -d command does not work. So, if anyone knows the correct command to export information to a PRN file with the data surrounded by quotes and separated by commas, I would sure appreciate it.

Paul H.


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