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    Hi,
    Has anyone successfully been able to convert or import a Microsoft Money 2003 file into Quicken 2009? Apparently it can be done easily from Money 2003 to Quicken 2008, or from Money 2007 to Quicken 2009, but not Money 2003 to Quicken 2009. I'm trying to preserve some old data for a friend. There must be a way. Quicken 2009 will import TurboTax, Web Connect, or QIF.

    I have no trouble exporting from Money 2003 to a QIF file , but then Quicken tells you QIFs can no longer be imported for checking and savings accounts.

    Anybody smarter than Quicken who can tell me how to cheat and get this file in there? Thanks so much. Judy

    Second thought: Can a Money file be converted into a spreadsheet? Would accomplish the same purpose, preserving the data. Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy Olson View Post
    I have no trouble exporting from Money 2003 to a QIF file , but then Quicken tells you QIFs can no longer be imported for checking and savings accounts.
    There are a couple workarounds listed in the Wikipedia article Quicken Interchange Format, but I am not in a position to test them.

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    Hi, jscher2000.
    Thanks for that link. I'm going to try the indirect method. The direct method is beyond my capabilities. I really appreciate the link. Thanks again. Judy

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