Ethan on 19 Jan, 2019 10:31 PM
Since this seems to be a question about Quicken, I'm not sure what to suggest, since I haven't encountered this before in helping other users. Perhaps other former Quicken users could offer suggestions. Maybe you could try running the program as an administrator, and then seeing if you can successfully do the export? Here's instructions on how to do this in Windows 10: https://www.techadvisor.co.uk/how-to/windows/how-run-programs-as-ad...
I am also not able to import the QIF data from the Moneydance app. A window comes up asking about date format, but then nothing happens. I'm not sure exactly what folder the QIF data should be moved into! Can you help with that? I've also gone into Windows and changed to operate as administrator, but get the same message about needing admin permission to export!
Ethan on 19 Jan, 2019 11:07 PM
I'm really not able to suggest anything more about the Quicken side of things, since I haven't seen anything like that before. You may have to contact Quicken support, unless someone else from our userbase reading this thread has any suggestions.
Once you have successfully exported your Quicken data into a QIF file, on the Moneydance side of things, it doesn't matter where you save this file. All you will be doing in the import process is selecting it, which Moneydance will then use to import into your main data file. Just to make sure you've found it, we have detailed instructions on importing from Quicken at: http://help.infinitekind.com/kb/importing-data-from-other-programs/...
Sean's new 2019 "Ridiculously Easy Import" does not seem to work for Quicken users.
In other threads other users have advised until 2019 QIF import can be fixed Quicken users should uninstall 2019, install 2017 from https://infinitekind.com/download_2017 run it in the trial mode, follow the above linked instruction. When successful only then upgrade to 2019.