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Archiving old 2004 Quicken data and starting anew
I have been using an old 2004 Quicken program and entering all data manually (no online services). I'd like to archive this data for reference and then start fresh with a new 2019 Quicken deluxe program, but I'm concerned that when I download the new program, it will see my old Quicken data file and try to convert it, which will be unsuccessful. I've already tried to convert the 2004 data file using and intermediate 2010 program, but that was unsuccessful. Is there a way to make a new 2019 program "blind" to the old data file (without deleting it), and start my financial records anew? I plan to just manually enter starting balances from where they left off in the 2004 program.
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