Importing CSV files into Money.


D

Dermot

Hi,
I am with the Bank of Scotland and their internet
banking service only allows me to download my current
account statements as CSV files so I can't import them
directly into Money 2003. Is there a solution to this
problem? I know there is a program called OFXconverter
but that only seemingly works with credit card statements.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards,

Dermot
Manchester, UK
 
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Didier

-----Original Message-----
Hi,
I am with the Bank of Scotland and their internet
banking service only allows me to download my current
account statements as CSV files so I can't import them
directly into Money 2003. Is there a solution to this
problem? I know there is a program called OFXconverter
but that only seemingly works with credit card statements.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards,

Dermot
Manchester, UK
You can load your CSV file in Excel and then use the free
xl2qif Excel macro to create a QIF file that can be
imported into Money:
http://xl2qif.chez.tiscali.fr/

Didier
 
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D

Dermot

Thanks for the response Didier. I don't have Excel but
my bank is updating is't online system so perhaps Money
support will be implemented.

Kind regards,

Dermot
 

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