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Jeff Tinney

29 Sep, 2021 10:40 AM

Hello. I've used quicken since 2010 and am still using the 2010 version. I don't want a subscription based program nor do I want to use the software to log into my bank. I prefer to keep that separate. I'm beginning to check out various software that is available. One thing I like about the version of Quicken I have is once I've entered a transaction and hit enter I can begin to enter the next transaction. It appears I have to click "new transaction" each time I want to enter another transaction. Is there a choice for this where it will simply go to the next transaction? Also, is there a way to import Quicken Data into Moneydance?
Thank you
Jeff

  1. 1 Posted by derekkent23 on 29 Sep, 2021 10:48 AM

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    I am not support staff, just a user.
    Hi Jeff

    Under FILES (MONEYDANCE on Mac) – PREFERENCES – tick Auto-create New Transaction
    Now after clicking Ener the a new Transaction line should open. Use Esc to exit the sequence.

    Hope this helps

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