Importing data from Quicken 2009 to 2014 or 2015?


J

janie

I've read that importing data from Quicken 2009
to Quicken 2014 to 2015 is a two step process:
convert to 2012 first and then to 2014 or 2015.

But I haven't been able to find out if I need
to install 2012 on my computer to do the first
conversion or if there is a conversion program
or script that will do it.

When I converted from Quicken 3 to Quicken 2009,
I just edited the qif files in notepad and was
good to go. Is there anything that simple to do
in this case?

Thanks for any help.
 
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D

danbrown

I've read that importing data from Quicken 2009
to Quicken 2014 to 2015 is a two step process:
convert to 2012 first and then to 2014 or 2015.

But I haven't been able to find out if I need
to install 2012 on my computer to do the first
conversion or if there is a conversion program
or script that will do it.

When I converted from Quicken 3 to Quicken 2009,
I just edited the qif files in notepad and was
good to go. Is there anything that simple to do
in this case?

Thanks for any help.
Incorrect
Q Win 2014 and 2015 can read a Q Win 2009 data file directly.
If you're going from Q Win to Q Mac, the Q Win must be at least at Q2010.
Any Q Win version at or after 2004 can be read into recent versions.
 
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J

janie

I've read that importing data from Quicken 2009
to Quicken 2014 to 2015 is a two step process:
convert to 2012 first and then to 2014 or 2015.

But I haven't been able to find out if I need
to install 2012 on my computer to do the first
conversion or if there is a conversion program
or script that will do it.

When I converted from Quicken 3 to Quicken 2009,
I just edited the qif files in notepad and was
good to go. Is there anything that simple to do
in this case?
Thanks very much, Dan and ps56k. I'm glad it's
easier than I thought.
 

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