> Are there any intermediate steps or workarounds (ie. Excel, etc.) that might do the trick?Custom coding will get you about 70% to 90% of the way [depending on how complex your data is]. [You are guaranteed to not get the cleared/reconciled status of any transaction out of QuickBooks as the API doesn't support querying that.]You can also look in the QB Marketplace for programs that will link you QB file into Excel, from which you might be able to get something usable from the xl2qif program.Understand that the process will be expensive, time-consuming, or both. Since you need to ask the question, it will most likely be both... and there are no guarantees that you'll like the result.If any of this leaves you confused, please refer to dbAnalyst's response. His response is an elaboration on the response I usually give.-Tony
Can I convert a QuickBooks Pro file to a Quicken file? No.Or, put another way, I've moved from QuickBooks Pro to Quicken_ can I convert *.QBB, &_ *.QBW files to import the data into Quicken?Put another way...it's still no.