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how to export to turbo tax

I have Quicken Rental Property Manager and I want to import the files into my turbo tax program.  But Quicken RPM appears to only export QFI files.  I don't see any way to create a TIF file that Turbo Tax needs.  Help!!!!
    Turbo Tax 2010 Desktop program for Windows will only directly import from Quicken 2009, 2010, or 2011.  For Quicken 2008 or earlier you must first create a tax exchange format (.txf) file.  See this…..
    http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/iq/Import/Importing-into-TurboTax/GEN12086.html

    ps....the links might not be working right now because they are doing maintenance.  So try later.
      I'm working with the 2009 versions of both Rental Manager and Turbo Tax.  This is for tax year 2009.  And I can find absolutely no way for Quicken Rental Property Manager to create a TFX file.   It only creates QFX files.  Strange and frustrating!
      To generate a TXF file for TTax - run QWns Tax Schedule Report.
      You create the TXF file from this report.
      In QWin 2010, the menu item is at the top-left of the on-screen report.

      If you have Capital Gains to report - then run QWins Capital Gains Report to create the TXF file.

      If you want to import directly from QWin to TTax, you initiate the import from TTax, QWin must be up and running with the source file.
      • Thank-you! So we PULL information from Quicken into TurboTax, rather than PUSH info. from Quicken into TurboTax. Right?
      Right!
      • "Thank-you! So we PULL information from Quicken into TurboTax, rather than PUSH info. from Quicken into TurboTax. Right?"

        Actually, I have found you can do it either way - Push through a Quicken Tax report and then generate a TXF file, or pull through TT** and having the correct Quicken file open at the time of the pull.   I do not think RPM is any different in thos context than any other Quicken variation.

        **[Subject to general limitations as to what versions of TT will pull from what versions of Quicken as previously commented.]

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