Importing QIF into Quicken French

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I'm testing CSV2Q but I am not able to succesfully do an import All account even after trying many field mapping. Quicken all the time indicates that I have to choose one account. Regards
asked Feb 13, 2014 by anonymous

6 Answers

Please follow the instructions on http://www.propersoft.net/CSV2QIF (scroll down)

For one or many accounts, you have to select "<All accounts>" from the account dropdown list.
answered Feb 13, 2014 by sergiy
Hi ever did that by selecting the All Accounts item but it doesn’t work.

Alain
answered Feb 13, 2014 by anonymous
Hi Sergiy,

I found the problem cause.
The QIF exported file contains the parameter !ACCOUNT that separates the accounts transactions section.
Note. My CSV2QIF installation language is French.

My Quicken 2006 version is a French version and to fix the bug I have to manually change/replace that parameter(s) inside the exported file and put !Compte .
By doing that it is working fine.

I’m interested by your product but I should appreciate that you have a fix about that before to buy.

Best regards,

Alain
answered Feb 13, 2014 by anonymous
Alain,

Thank you for all details. I prepare the hotfix shortly.


Sergiy - ProperSoft Products Support
answered Feb 13, 2014 by sergiy
Bonjour Alain,

CSV2QIF was updated to support Quicken French.

Please download the latest installer from http://www.propersoft.net/CSV2QIF

and install over existing version. Once installed, change the target from Quicken to Quicken French and create new QIF file.

Sergiy - ProperSoft Products Support
answered Feb 13, 2014 by sergiy
Thanks Sergeiy,

I will try that new version and keep you informed.
answered Feb 13, 2014 by anonymous
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