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Import .pcif into Microsoft Accounting 2009

Posted on 2009-07-16
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I have an exported transactions file from my bank.  My only option was to export as Microsoft Money 2007.  The resulting export file was a .pcif file.  Can this be imported into MS Accounting 2009?
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I don't know if it does, just trying to help here.
It looks like Account can dowu nload directly from the bank? Maybe that option could work for you?
http://ideawins.com/services/BankOnline.aspx
 
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I talked to the bank.  It turns out when they said they integrated with Microsoft Accounting, they actually meant Microsoft Money.  Luckily, it's only a few fields of data entry, and I can live with that.  Thanks for your help.
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