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How do I change an account from "Direct Connection" to "Web Express Connect"

ManniesmManniesm Member
edited June 2018 in
Have Quicken Premier 2009

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  • volvogirlvolvogirl SuperUser ✭✭✭✭
    edited June 2018
    That won't help.  Quicken 2009 has been discontinued for downloading or any online features.  When you buy Quicken you get 3 years of downloading service.  But you can still use your program manually.  I'm still using Quicken 2004.  If you want to continue to download you will have to buy newer version of Quicken.

    Q2009 Online services have been sunsetted (retired) as of April 30. 2012...
    http://knowledgebase.quicken.com/support/help/quicken-discontinuation-policy/GEN82218.html

    Oh, whatever you buy don't get the Starter Edition. That is for new users only and will not convert your prior data, unless you are using the Starter Edition now.  

    If you don't want to upgrade there is a cute little free program that you can use to help automate importing the stock prices. Works pretty good. It's Netstock and I use it in Quicken 2004......
    http://www.splitcycle.com/Products/Netstock.aspx


    ps....in your other post you say you have Quicken 2011.  Do you have both?
  • ManniesmManniesm Member
    edited November 2016
    volvogirl said:

    That won't help.  Quicken 2009 has been discontinued for downloading or any online features.  When you buy Quicken you get 3 years of downloading service.  But you can still use your program manually.  I'm still using Quicken 2004.  If you want to continue to download you will have to buy newer version of Quicken.

    Q2009 Online services have been sunsetted (retired) as of April 30. 2012...
    http://knowledgebase.quicken.com/support/help/quicken-discontinuation-policy/GEN82218.html

    Oh, whatever you buy don't get the Starter Edition. That is for new users only and will not convert your prior data, unless you are using the Starter Edition now.  

    If you don't want to upgrade there is a cute little free program that you can use to help automate importing the stock prices. Works pretty good. It's Netstock and I use it in Quicken 2004......
    http://www.splitcycle.com/Products/Netstock.aspx


    ps....in your other post you say you have Quicken 2011.  Do you have both?

    Found my own answer!  The bank disconnects you from "Direct Connection", and when you reconnect it is with "Web Express Connect".
  • volvogirlvolvogirl SuperUser ✭✭✭✭
    edited December 2016
    volvogirl said:

    That won't help.  Quicken 2009 has been discontinued for downloading or any online features.  When you buy Quicken you get 3 years of downloading service.  But you can still use your program manually.  I'm still using Quicken 2004.  If you want to continue to download you will have to buy newer version of Quicken.

    Q2009 Online services have been sunsetted (retired) as of April 30. 2012...
    http://knowledgebase.quicken.com/support/help/quicken-discontinuation-policy/GEN82218.html

    Oh, whatever you buy don't get the Starter Edition. That is for new users only and will not convert your prior data, unless you are using the Starter Edition now.  

    If you don't want to upgrade there is a cute little free program that you can use to help automate importing the stock prices. Works pretty good. It's Netstock and I use it in Quicken 2004......
    http://www.splitcycle.com/Products/Netstock.aspx


    ps....in your other post you say you have Quicken 2011.  Do you have both?

    So are you still able to download to 2009?
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