My reports are not on my newly installed computer
Quicken Anja Moderator modHello @vikki1968,
Thank you for taking the time to reach out to the Community with your issue, though I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing this.
Since conversion from Mac to Windows requires using a .QXF transfer file format, unfortunately, reports (amongst other features) are not copied and transferred over as it is not supported in this file format. Please, see below a list of facts and features regarding .QXF file format.
- The import and export of financial data using the QXF file format is limited to the accounts, transactions, scheduled transactions, categories, and tags of non-investment and non-business accounts.
- The import and export of investment and business accounts, transactions, budgets, attachments, reports, and application settings are not supported by QXF.
- The QXF file format is the preferred choice for merging Quicken account data.
- Quicken for Windows can import QXF data from Quicken for Mac. The only data imported is Checking, Savings, and Credit Card accounts and transactions.
- Our legacy file transfer format, QIF (Quicken Interchange Format), has been replaced by QXF.
I apologize for not having better news to provide you with, however, I do hope this information serves to be useful knowledge for you going forward.-Quicken Anja0
Reports can be found individually listed under the Reports Menu selection.
I recommend using the Reports & Graphs Center, also available from the Reports Menu. For quick and easy access to this function, add it to the Quicken Toolbar.
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Ps56k2 SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭vikki1968 said:My old Mac computer crashed and when I installed Quicken on my new ThinkPad and signed in, none of my reports are there.
to your new Windows based Thinkpad - and therefore from QMac to QWin ?
QWin Deluxe Subscription - Win100