Any way I can convert to qdb/qdt/qdf?

Im a dirt poor college student who bought a copy of Quicken basic 2001 off amazon.com for ~$4 because i need my money to pay for groceries and rent.  I downloaded the backup files from my chase.com account, and now i just need to import that info into one of those formats so i dont have to fill it all in manually.  So, is there any way I could convert CSV, IIF,or QIF to QDB, QDT, or QDF? Thanks, Scoots

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"Im a dirt poor college student who bought a copy of> Quicken basic 2001 off amazon.com for ~$4 because i> need my money to pay for groceries and rent.  I> downloaded the backup files from my chase.com> account, and now i just need to import that info into> one of those formats so i dont have to fill it all in> manually.  So, is there any way I could convert CSV,> IIF,or QIF to QDB, QDT, or QDF?"

Create a "New" Quicken file.  In that Quicken file, create a "new" Quicken account (of the appropriate type) for Chase.  Then you can import qif files with your Chase data into the Quicken Chase account. With the Quicken Chase account "open", click File > Import > Qif file and key in, or browse to, the qif file on your hard drive.

--John Pollard
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