Q2007 for Mac conversion to subscription model - What an absolute mess

I'm needing to convert Q2007 for Mac to the new subscription based model; albeit I'd rather just have Q2007 work on the new 64 bit operating system. I'm currently using Mojave.

I've tried to convert AFTER reading about the conversion process. What an absolute mess. Figures are OFF on everything...from liability accounts to my regular bank account. AND I mean WAY OFF. You would think the conversion between Quicken Q2007 and their subscription models would work??? NOPE!

I exported to another program and the conversion worked flawlessly but alas, that program doesn't provide check printing, so, I'm back here hoping someone can help.

Best Answer


  • rpbc
    rpbc Member ✭✭
    Thanks Jacobs!! I rebuilt 3 times before I got an accurate result with a FEW issues.
  • jacobs
    jacobs SuperUser, Mac Beta Beta
    "A few issues" is not uncommon, especially with investment accounts. But I'm glad you managed to get a relatively clean conversion now. 
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