Thanks - this was very helpful. The file I was trying to convert did have a .qif extension (I'd sent you, as you'd suggested, only the text version of its initial segment), but I wasn't exporting accounts only.
So that gave me a .csv file from my Quicken
account to make sure I was matching the format with my .csv file that I want to convert to .qif and import into Quicken
. (I have about 1,000 credit card transactions to move into my Quicken
credit card account.)
However now when I try to use CSV2QIF
to convert my .csv file, I just get a little alert saying "Cannot open the file". I'm attaching a copy of the .csv file that I'm trying to convert.
Hoping I'll get there eventually. The thought of entering 1,000 transactions manually is too depressing.