Good morning Propersoft

Good morning Propersoft (well it is here in the UK)

Yes, I did have success converting files using the above software, however 'date' conversion did present some interesting results with on occasions the month data swapping places with the date data in the CSV output (YYYY/MM/DD becoming YYYY/DD/MM).
Obviously this was misleading and such instances had to be manually updated after comparison with the original Quicken QIF file within the application.

The only other comment I have is that I would have liked the option to select a DD/MM/YYYY output for my file.

Many thanks
asked Jun 18, 2015 by anonymous

1 Answer

Hello Graham,

Thank you for your feedback!

You can change the date format fo the CSV file in the Settings tab.

answered Jun 18, 2015 by sergiy
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