GnuCash import

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Sat Jul 3 12:21:55 EDT 2004

Ahh, I didn't notice that your transactions were from different accounts.
I don't know if OFX can do that (or how it would look).  For QIF, you would
need something like this:

PA very expensive hot dog
NMy Bank Account

Google for "qif !type" and you'll quickly find a lot of documentation
on the qif format.


S2 <s2.akira at> writes:

> Derek Atkins wrote:
>> Your best bet if you want to do this quickly is to create a QIF or OFX
>> file of your transactions and use the GnuCash QIF or OFX importers.
> Thanks Derek.
> Could someone tell me how a OFX file would look like with only 2 or 3
> transactions?
> Something like:
> Date: 4/6/2004
> From: Wallet
> To: Food
> Type: Spend
> Ammount: 40
> Description: a very expensive Hot Dog
> Date: 4/6/2004
> From: My Bank account
> To: Wallet
> Type: Receive
> Ammount: 100
> Description:
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