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Author: jimchugi Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 10363  
Subject: Q2005 and (formerly) online accounts Date: 11/30/2004 4:22 PM
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I hope someone can tell me how to get out of this pickle...

I recently upgraded from Q2003 to Q2005. No special reason, it just seemed a good time to upgrade. Probably a mistake, I was quite happy with the Q2003 functionality. Almost simultaneously, my credit union dropped support for Q Direct Connect, in favor of only Web Connect. Some excuses were mumbled about commonality between Q, Money, other appls. Now I can't get transaction data from my credit union into my Q CU account.

From my Q account for my CU Savings Account, for example, I click on the Download Transactions tab. This takes me into Web Connect, to log into my credit union.

From Web Connect, I select my Savings Account for download, click Open, Q shows me a (short) list of accounts, which does not include my (previously) online CU accounts, notably my Savings Account is not in the list.

If from Web Connect I click the Save button, the qfx files get downloaded fine to my hard disk, but I can't import them into my Q CU account. The method I used for this a long time ago was from File > Import > Data... This doesn't work for what I'm trying to do.

BTW my brokerage and other accounts online to other financial institutions work fine, just like they did with Q2003.

Anybody got any suggestions, please?

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