OFX to QFX conversion

I have spent some time trying to search the history on this and still come empty.  My FI only offers QIF and OFX file d/l.  I know about the QIF limitations with recent versions of QW and I know a little bit about the excel macro to convert excel data to a QIF file.Is there any program out there that can convert an OFX file to QFX format?  I don't understand why my FI offers the OFX and states in parenthesis that it is for Quicken.Any help or guidance would be appreciated.


I have a quick-and-dirty way you can do it with some manual file editing.  Unfortunately, the use of certain characters causes me to not be able to accurately represent this method in this forum.  You can PM me and send me an email address_ I'll gladly email the method to you.--Sorry if I didn't reply to you or posted information that was informationally identical to yours_ if that's the case, I likely have you on Ignore for various reasons.
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