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mileha,

Instead of downloading the files and then importing them try opening your browser, then start Quicken. Go to the online menu and then the online center to download directly into Quicken.

The first time you will have to set up the internet connection. I had a little problem with this part. The key in my case has been that I cannot log on from inside the Quicken program. I just have to remember to log on before trying to access this feature. You may have to enable the account to allow access to the interenet.

After you are setup and download your transactions they will appear in the online center and you have the option of checking each item before accepting them in your registry. The best part is you won't have to worry about multiple entries, Quicken will only show you the new transactions. Just check them against your monthly/quarterly statement when it arrives.

Hope this is helpful,
Kurt



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