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Excel Spreadsheet

How can I convert an Excel spredsheet to a QFX file that I can import into Quicken?
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drrongt1974
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Patrick MatthewsCommented:
Excel does not have a native export to QFX.

Does Quicken accept CSV or TXT files?  Excel can do those quite easily.
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David L. HansenProgrammer AnalystCommented:
I used to use Quicken and I'd import CSV files all the time.  It's as simple as "export to csv" from excel and "import csv" from within Qucken...done.
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terencinoCommented:
If you want a QFX file rather than CSV, there are a number of commercial solutions:
For this one, copy the Excel range and paste into this then save as QXF:
CSV to QFX Converter
or here is an addin to Excel that seems quite professional, exporting directly to QFX from Excel:
QIF to OFX Converter
...Terry
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