Still frustrated

Allan allanhasmail at
Thu May 21 09:21:44 EDT 2015

I chose to use GC because I thought it could be knit to other programs 
via it's import/export interfaces, and found this really very difficult, 
both as an accounting/business management problem and just getting 
import/export to work. I'll be working on this for several months no doubt.

On the later, I finally got the Libreoffice calc macro for QIF 
import/export at :
to work. Sort of. No menu but Tools->Macros>(hunt around)->(run the 

Basically, turn off all the security when installing.

It seems to need a new maintainer and documentation (published email 
bounces). Not sure how to do that. A small group effort to that end 
would be welcome here. I found it extremely helpful, enough to justify 
using GC. I could use macro programming tips (or pointer to forum for 
this), where to add documentation paragraphs (though the link above 
provides the basics). Some template/example spreadsheets to address 
various very specific linkages would be a suggestion, i.e. I use for point of sale, and I might create a process to using 
the macro to import sales data/sales tax by jurisdiction/credit card 
fees into GC.


On 05/21/2015 07:42 AM, Peter von Kaehne wrote:
> No comment on anything else, but
> On 21 May 2015 04:17, Matt Humphreys <mickeymatt at> wrote:
>> I just wish the help files were more complete about
>> how to import items in various formats.

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