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QIF Entry


QIF Entry
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Description

This app allows you to enter Quicken transactions with your iPad. You can export the entered transactions into a file (in QIF) and then import them into Quicken.

Only saving, checking, credit card, cash account can be used.

Do the following when using the app for the first time:
1. Use Quicken 2007 to export only the accounts and categories into a QIF file.
2. Use iPad file sharing to transfer the accounts and categories file to iPad.
3. Load the accounts and categories file.

After that:
4. Enter transactions on your iPad.
5. Export transactions into a file.

Use iPad file sharing to transfer the file to your computer.
Import the transactions into Quicken.

Brief manual available at www.hawkinnovations.com

Make sure you clear the transactions on your iPad after you have imported them into Quicken. Otherwise, you will have duplicated transactions.

iPad/iPhone file sharing information can be found at http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4094).

For non-US users, if the app is not remembering the transactions entered, please switch the Region Format to United States.
General->International->Region Format->United States

v1.2 and above supports Dropbox, able to use .csv for account/categories, can export OFX, international region format aware. To use Dropbox, create folder
Apps/QIF Entry
under your Dropbox folder and put your files in the directory.

PC Quicken 2011 requires 4-digits year in qif file. Before you export your transactions, make sure localization is turn on and use the date format MM/dd/yyyy. Go to setting, select "Export File", switch on Localization and enter the format string MM/dd/yyyy (capital M).

What's New in Version 2.1.2

Fixed bugs with iOS 7.

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