Importing Quicken 2000 in OS9

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08 Aug, 2009 02:51 PM

OK, I just got into the 20th century, the 21st will come later.
I updated my 9yr. old iMac from OS9 to OSX with classic, should have just gone to OS X as I cannot print any of my old programs as I cant print in classic with the printer I have so I am unable to print checks, reports etc. from Quicken.
My question is will MD import Quicken 2000 from OS 9 or just import from OS X, or will I have to input my register manually, not that is a big problem as I don't do that much banking anymore.
Thanks for any assistance.

  1. 1 Posted by Ben Spencer on 08 Aug, 2009 02:57 PM

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    HI Greysquirrel

    Quicken exports a qif file that Moneydance knows how to import. It should not matter which operating system you are running Quicken on. The exported qif file should still be compatible with Moneydance. Here is a link to the knowledge base article on importing your data from quicken:


    Ben Spencer

  2. 2 Posted by donter2 on 08 Aug, 2009 04:18 PM

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    Thanks for the reply, I have read how to import from Quicken but did
    not know if it would from OS 9, thanks for confirming that it will.
    MD does seem to set up easier than Quicken the check set up was a piece
    of cake compared to Quicken, lets hope the rest goes as well.
    Don Martin.

  3. 3 Posted by Don Morris on 18 Aug, 2009 09:35 PM

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    Moneydance appears to be one of a less than a handful of personal finance apps that can import QIF files without losing splits, transfers, or transfers in splits. Kudos!

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