I thought I read somewhere that this type of problem might be caused by
the date format as set in the operating system. Are you running Windows
NT/2000 by chance, or some other OS?
Regardless, check the date format of the OS. I apologize that I do not
have much more information than that but it might get you started.
Peter J. Ricciardiello (remove 'x' for email)
Typos in my post are due to my inability to type and proof-read, not my
inability to spell and construct grammatically correct sentences. :-)
Peter J. Ricciardiello <pjr...@twcny.rrx.com> wrote in message
> I'm using 98 SE. Date/time format has 4-digit year. Can't see any change
> that would help solve this problem.
I was thinking more along the lines of the Regional Settings, Date tab
under the control panel, not the Date/Time settings. Without knowing
your OS ahead of time, I did not want to assume Windows.
On Tue, 05 Dec 2000 00:03:34 GMT, "LA Brook" <535m...@mail.com>
I've written a utility which you can use to bulk-change the format in
the qif file (among other features).
Details are at http://www.monthtwosys.co.uk/tffc.htm, where you can
download a trial version.
Let me know if this helps, or I need to tweak it for you.
In article <boUW5.3602$T43.2...@bgtnsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net>,
"LA Brook" <535m...@mail.com> wrote:
> I'm using Quicken Deluxe 2000 and am trying to import QIF file from
> financial institution.
> The transactions are imported fine but with one problem: today's date
> replaced for all transactions (file has correct dates), and year is
> converted to 00 and shown at the beginning of the register.
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Before you buy.
Apologies you've downloaded previous versions and were caught by this.
The new version is at http://www.monthtwosys.co.uk/downloads.htm
Funny, I thought that Q2K needed 11/21'00, not 11/21/00. I more or less
regularly edit the qif downloaded from Vanguard to make this change, and
for my problem at least, the editing works perfectly. If the problem
persists after I get Q2001, I might try James Lavery's utility ... Thus
far Notepad works for me (mine does global replace).
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Bill Hartmann <bi...@birch.net> wrote in message
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