Originally Posted by Greenmtnphantom
One of the financial institutions (Retirement account) I deal with supports Quicken but not Money. I noticed a "Convert from quicken" button some place when I was fishing around Money the other night. Have you ever used that function/feature? Any luck with it if so?
Quicken uses ".QFX" files which are a variant of ".OFX" (open financial exchange) format.
You *may* be able to import the Quicken file directly. Give it a shot. Try renaming the downloaded file by giving it a .OFX extension.
I haven't used the conversion function but I'll give it a shot sometime and let you know how it works.
EDIT - hey! I found a registry hack to open QFX directly in Money: http://money.mvps.org/faq/article/245.aspx http://social.microsoft.com/Forums/e...5-34a83df7db17
All it would appear to do is fool Money into thinking a .QFX file is in fact .OFX, thereby automating the process instead of having to rename the file.