> @Sherlock said:
> There are a few of ways to copy transactions between Quicken files. I suggest using QIF files. If you haven't already, you may want to review:
> Remember to delete the cloud account before opening the Quicken files as they have the same file identifier.
Thanks again for your help. I've read through the references you gave.
Is there a way to only export the transactions that have been messed up? I'm trying to determine how many 'duplicate' transactions will be created that I will need to delete. So, if there is a way to locate and ONLY create the QIF with those my extra work might be easier.
Also, would the QXF file be the better option? I was reading through some of the pages and they seem to suggest this is the more updated files type to use.
On a side note, how are you able to get the fancy look quote boxes? I can't seem to find that option.
As a Quicken user of over 30 years, I find this lack of QC annoying. I simply turned off the Mobile & Web Sync, deleted the Cloud file, restored from a automated backup from about a week ago, reran One Step Update and reentered the categories and memos for the interval. A pain but not a disaster. I really would recommend Intuit not only fix this quickly, but think they should disable the automated "upgrade" until it works reliably and notify users of the risk. I don't plan to reenable this feature until they tell me they have it fixed.
Rocket J Squirrel said:
The 30.19 mondo patch has not yet been added to the updates page as I write this. But you can get it here:https://assistant.quicken.com/patch/QW188.8.131.52MPatch.EXE