Importing QIF into Quicken 2011

I need to upload some old statements into Quicken and I downloaded the program and had no problem getting it set up or saving it, but when I go to import it into Quicken, I do not get an account to put the information in.
asked Jun 15, 2015 by anonymous

6 Answers

Enter the account NAME in CSV2QIF exactly as you have in Quicken and recreate the qif file.

You may also import under new account as offered, and then cut ad paste transactions under correct accout and then delete that new account.

answered Jun 15, 2015 by sergiy
I did that, but it still is not showing me the account in the drop down list.  It is a PNC account so I know that there is nothing funny about the name, extra spaces, etc.
answered Jun 15, 2015 by anonymous
I did finally get to choose  <All Accounts>, but I don't see where it went.  I looked in all of the accounts.
answered Jun 15, 2015 by anonymous
Yes for qif you have choose the all accounts line.

Check the sidebar for any new accounts.

If does not work, convert again with the account name Import, so it will ask to create the Import account, and you should see new account Import and transactions there.

answered Jun 15, 2015 by sergiy
There are no new account names and I reran the conversion for a third time and it still doesn't give me the account name in Quicken.  I am using excel 2007 and Quicken 2010, does that matter?
answered Jun 15, 2015 by anonymous
Quicken 2010 should import fine.

Please make sure to check the account type and enter the account name as import and save new qif file.

Another way to import:

Select target as "ms money" and account type cash. Save new qif file.

Create new cash account in Quicken. Import new qif selecting cash account instead of "all accounts". Then cut and paste transactions under correct account.

answered Jun 15, 2015 by sergiy
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