Missing <All accounts> on the QIF import Screen in Quicken

I have Quicken Starter edition 2012, Release R7(  I did the trial download of your product and easily produced a QIF file, but when I try to import to Quicken, there are no accounts at all in the dropdown box.  Is this a limitation of the starter edition?  Thanks
asked Dec 18, 2013 by anonymous

3 Answers

Thank you for all details. I'm going to try the starter edition to confirm missing "<All accounts>" and find a workaround to import directly into required account.

Yes, adding the Account column is good approach to have the conversion with no adjustments. Great that you figured it out yourself. You may also use the Account Name text box.
answered Dec 18, 2013 by sergiy
Thank you for the prompt reply.
Here is what worked.  I added a cash account.  I went into the csv file and added a column with a heading of Account.  Each row received a value of the desired import account name in this column.  THen I converted to QIF with your spiffy product.  Then on the import, I selected Cash account (There is no "All accounts")  This import recognized the account name and sent all transactions to the desired account
answered Dec 18, 2013 by anonymous

Please select "<All accounts>" from the account dropdown list on the QIF import screen in Quicken. For detailed instructions please visit http://www.propersoft.net/CSV2QIF (scroll down).

Also before saving the QIF file in CSV2QIF, enter the account NAME exactly as you have it in Quicken before saving the QIF file.

answered Dec 18, 2013 by sergiy
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