Comma Separated Files

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Dee

15 Dec, 2017 06:37 PM

Thank you, thank you, thank you for accepting CSV files. USAA has ceased having the option to download QIF files, so for a couple of years or more I've been using an online converter to change from CSV to QIF, taking several steps on my part.

Now, I make a simple edit to the file and all items are quickly and accurately imported.

Thank you Moneydance.

I've been a customer for many years.

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  1. Importing CSV Files

    The CSV (comma separated values) format is essentially a table of rows and columns, like a spreadsheet. It is very versatile and not specifically designed to contain financial information.

    As such there is no standard way for a bank to store data in such a file. There is no standard order for the columns in a CSV file or names for those columns.

    As a result of this the import process for CSV files...

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