What you need to do is export your Quicken accounts as separate export files. I only use Quicken for my checking and savings, so if you go into the export submenu of Quicken, it will give you the option of exporting checking, savings or all. You cannot select all. Instead, you select checking and then savings or the other way around. This will give you two QIF files and you import them separately to Money Talks.
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Sent: Friday, June 07, 2019 1:45 PM
Subject: Re: [jaws-users] needing a checking program
Robin and All,
I've been a long-time user of Quicken as well but admit that Money Talks sounds promising after reading through its user's manual at this link:
I got a bit confused when I read that Money Talks only imports qif or csv files for one account at a time whereas Quicken will let you export multiple account data. I'm not sure if this means that Money Talks requires you to keep separate files for your checking account, credit card, savings account, investment accounts, etc. whereas Quicken keeps all of these accounts in the same file. I guess I'll learn more about this if I continue exploring but if anyone using Money Talks can comment, I would appreciate it.
I was a long time Quicken user. I have downloaded the demo of MoneyTalks from APH. Others on the list have used it and it seems like it has the features I need. Havent’ tried it yet, but I think it will be a good replacement for Quicken. I do believe that it will take the Quicken files so that you can transfer over data. You may need to explore a file fomr Quicken and then import it to MoneyTalks.
you may want to explore Money Talks from APH.ORG
It is old software, but I've heard it still works in Windows 10 and I believe you can download a free trial version.
It should be able to import the data file from your export or backup from Quicken.
I'm lazy, and let my wife handle Quicken since it does not work at all well with Jaws and we do not need QuickBooks.
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I am using the latest version of JAWS with Windows 10. I have been using a very old version of Quicken on my Windows 7 that works well with the latest JAWS but I'm guessing it won't work well with Windows 10.
Can anyone recommend a program that will work for tracking checking and savings accounts? I'm hoping to get something that will allow me to transfer over my current information, although I realize that will probably have to be an updated Quicken. I was told it doesn't work well with JAWS or Windows 10.
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