Switching from Quicken in Windows to Moneydance on a Mac
Is there any special process to follow to export my Windows QIF file once I install Moneydance on a Mac computer? Giving up on Windows!!!!
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1 Posted by Scott Meehan on 19 May, 2015 04:43 PM
I'm terribly sorry for our delayed response! Somehow your inquiry slipped through the cracks.
There's no special process beyond exporting all your data into one QIF file. Here's our knowledge base article on importing QIF files:
If you haven't already, I encourage you to download our free trial version and experiment with the program before you decide if you would like to purchase it. The demo version is fully functional and allows you to manually enter 100 transactions. Imported transactions are not limited, so you'll be able to fully test connections with your bank. If you decide to purchase the program at a later date you can keep all your data, the license key simply unlocks the ability to manually enter more transactions. You can download the trial version of Moneydance from here:
For more information on how to get the most out of your trial period, check out our [blog post on the subject](http://infinitekind.com/blog/getting-the-most-out-of-your-moneydance-trial).
Please let me know if I can be of further assistance, and thank you for your interest in Moneydance!
Infinite Kind Support
Scott Meehan closed this discussion on 19 May, 2015 04:43 PM.