You may not want to bother, but from what I've read about iBank, you can import Quicken data via a qif file if you want to keep it all in one place.Unless I'm looking at things wrong, my version of Quicken '05 only has QDF, QEL, and QPH files. I think that's why I'd loose all/most of my data if I upgrade. Unless there is a way to convert that I don't know about.That's interesting - I had Quicken 2001 for Mac and I was able to export in QIF format and then import into Quicken 2007. I'm not sure if Intuit dropped QIF between 2001 and 2004/2005 or whether it's a Mac/Windows issue.Intuit has instructions for how to export data in QIF files but they're vague about which versions of Quicken support them.http://quicken.intuit.com/support/help/convert-quicken-for-w...Karen
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