import QIF file into Quicken 2011

trying to arrive at a .csv file to convert, it seems Quicken 2011 will not export this type, so I used the Investment Transaction report with the export option and created a .txt file.  This I imported into Excel and there saved as a .csv file.  Then, as you instructed, I used CSV2QIF to create the .QIF file for Quicken 2011.  

The problem I face is that Quicken 2011 still insists that I cannot import into a investment account from the .QIF.  When I sttempt the import, Q2011 will not even show my investment account names, and will not allow me to key in a name.  If I select All Accounts, it does apparently reads the input file, but ignores all rows.

Do you have any idea what I am doing wrong?  Sorry to bother you with this, but the solution is evading me.
asked Feb 19, 2015 by anonymous

1 Answer

Please check the account NAME and the account type when you convert CSV2QIF.

Quicken imports the QIF file into account NAME specified in the QIF file. You should see your transactions there.

If possible, please send me both CSV and QIF file, and I will verify them. I will keep your confidential.
answered Feb 19, 2015 by sergiy
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