How to physically import Quicken files?
warlord at MIT.EDU
Sat May 15 10:18:13 EDT 2004
Generally you need to "export" the file from Quicken into QIF.
Search the quicken menus. I don't use Quicken so I don't know
where to tell you to look.
Once you insert the cd into fedora, it should automount. If it
does not, you can just "mount /mnt/cdrom" which will put the data
under /mnt/cdrom/ on your machine.
Then you can import into Gnucash directly from /mnt/cdrom
"William H. Ferguson" <williamhf at worldnet.att.net> writes:
> My question means:
> How do I physically import my Quicken files from a Windows Quicken
> machine to a Fedora Quicken machine?
> I copied my recent Quicken files to a cd-r on the Windows machine.
> It turns out, then, that after copying the Quicken files to the cd-r
> in the windows cd rom drive, my Quicken files have names which end in
> .QDF .QEL .QPH .QSD.
> None of my Quicken files end in .QIF.
> So my first question is: How do I get the Quicken files copied as .QIF
> format on the Windows machine? And--- is it necessary?
> Second question:
> Once copied as .QIF files how do I get the files onto the hard
> drive of the Fedora Linux machine?
> I installed the Windows-created cd-r with its Quicken files in the
> cdrom1 drive of the Linux machine.
> After mounting that disk I CAN open the cd-r disk and the screen
> shows a list of the Quicken files with their names.
> But, I can't open the files in the Linux Fedora machine.
> What steps must I take to somehow move the Quicken files from the cd-r
> in the Fedora Linux machine to the hard drive of that machine?
> Thank you very much.
> W.H. Ferguson
> Flagler Beach, FL.
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