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Can Quicken for Mac read MS Money files?

by Sugith / September 17, 2004 9:58 AM PDT

I'd love to switch once I replace my steam driven PC, but I have several years worth of financial records I need to access if the Taxman asks.

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Re: Can Quicken for Mac read MS Money files?
by Eduardo_Calderon / September 24, 2004 4:00 AM PDT

You can check on Quicken under "Import Files" , "Save as . . ." , or go to the "Help" tab and see what you can find, and do the same for MS Money.

Most of the programs out there "Save as" or "Export to" to "Excel" and "Excel" "Save as . . ." in many formats that other programs can use.

So check it out.

Hope this helps.

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Re: Can Quicken for Mac read MS Money files?
by ericP3 / November 12, 2004 10:06 AM PST

I tried, and the short answer is no. I miss MS Money as I believe is was a little easier to use, and Quicken for Mac isn't as intelligent for online downloads. Either way, I bit the bullet and started from scratch with my purchased version of Quicken. (G5 Tower).

If the taxman comes, he can try to get my old Windows 98 machine to work w/o a "blue screen" of death. I'll tell him its in the go get it.


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