Fidelity NetBenefits

I have been using Quicken for almost 10 years but I am new to Quicken for Mac (v2007) and am trying to download my transactions from Fidelity to Quicken but NetBenefits is not listed as a company from which I can access during the account setup. I know there a way to access NetBenefits in Quicken 2007 for Mac but, how do I make it happen? I cannot find NetBenefits on the institutions list when other people apparently have.  Someone please tell me what I am doing wrong.--Edited by DannyV at 09/27/2006 3:57 PM


Hi Danny,(not sure if you did this, but I had the same issue)Go to the "Online" Menu, and select "Financial Institutions".Click "Update List".You will now see Fidelity NetBenefits.-- C.
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