I had toyed (under duress due to a MS Money issue) with converting to Quicken a few months back. At the time, the conversion process left a LOT to be desired.It appears they've taken a few big steps forward. I updated my copy of Quicken this morning and ran the conversion.It appears to have worked successfully, simply opening your msmoney file instead of using an outside conversion program. Also the cap on # of transactions seems to have disappeared.I will be going through it in detail this weekend hoepfully, but it appears to have seemlessly brought in all my data.Has anyone else done this recently?Scott
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