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Quicken 2013 File Conversion to current

Are you able to convert 2013 to the current conversion? What obstacles do you face when you do this?
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  • dnyberg
    dnyberg Member
    Is there any issues when the conversion is made that would corrupt the data and not readable in the new version?
  • Sherlock
    Sherlock SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    dnyberg said:
    Is there any issues when the conversion is made that would corrupt the data and not readable in the new version?
    No.  If the original data file contains corrupt data or is not readable, the converted data file may also be corrupt or the conversion may fail.
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