GnuCash v2.2.9 and Quicken 2000 Deluxe

Tommy Trussell tommy.trussell at
Wed Dec 2 20:44:24 EST 2009

On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 11:48 PM, Michael <mykelturn at> wrote:
> I have been using Quicken 2000 Deluxe since 2000. I don't know if
> I can continue using Quicken in Ubuntu .. running under Wine.
> I read that I can import Quicken files into GnuCash. It referred to
> QIF files; among a couple others. However, my copy of Quicken
> 2000 Deluxe does not any files as ".QIF". I do have the following
> extensions:
>    QFI     QEL     QSD     QDF     QDT
> So, can I import my Quicken 2000 Deluxe into GnuCash?

The procedure is to export the data from Quicken in QIF format, then
import the QIF files into GnuCash.

There is a FAQ entry about this

When I transferred my data from Quicken a few years back (data going
back to 1993) I tested the import and ultimately decided the historic
data was not worth the trouble. I ultimately imported just the prior
calendar year to the present.

The QIF importer has gotten a lot of attention since then, so you may
find it better. But plan to start from scratch a few times to get the
kinks out.

(If you have additional questions please be sure to reply to the
gnucash-users list
instead of to me.)

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