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Is it possible to import QFX files by backdating laptop after Q2017 expires?
I'm sure somebody has thought of this but I couldn't find a post on it. I'm using Q Deluxe 2017, windows 10 and believe I understand what happens when it expires this month. Here's the question: If I leave Q deluxe installed on an old laptop that I no longer connect to the internet and I change the date on it to an earlier date this year, would I be able to bring QFX files onto the laptop through a USB stick and import them into Quicken? Aka, can I trick my old laptop and Q2017 into thinking it is perpetually Jan 2020 and, with added hassle, continue to download my transactions in QFX format directly from my bank/credit card on another laptop and then import the transactions that way? I get that I will still lose updates on stock prices but wondering if this is a way to not have to go full manual transaction entry...