Edwin A. Swan said:That is the procedure I am using.I am using Quicken 2019 Windows Rel. 17.6.I had the same problem using 2017, but only after August 2018.Prior to that, it worked fine.
That is the procedure I am using.I am using Quicken 2019 Windows Rel. 17.6.I had the same problem using 2017, but only after August 2018.Prior to that, it worked fine.
Re: DivX I this issue many times with different versions
You would like to manually enter a transaction to your
brokerage account that is linked to a cash account. The transaction type you entered
keeps changing from DirX to Deposit. Your transaction never gets to Cash side
of your account.
If the account was updated by One Step, this problem should
have been handled automatically.
The following is not a pitch for you to purchase. This
software works fine with credit cards and bank statements. Investing
transactions with linked cash accounts are more challenging.
I correct this using software from propersoft.com CVS2QIF.
1) From your
brokerage, download transactions for the individual account and period as a CVS
2) Open the file in Excel and clean it up if needed.
3) Save your file as a type CVS.
4) Run CVS2QIF
5) BROWSE (upper Right corner) for the IMPORTED file you reviewed and/or cleaned
CVS2QIF Program settings
need to be adjusted!
6) Target: (upper
Right corner) Mine is set to Quicken 2018+Windows!.
7) Make sure the ACCOUNT
NAME: matches EXACTLY the Quicken File ACCOUNT NAME!
8) Set the Account Type to "Invest" (upper
9) Review the Mapping (upper Right corner)
10) Save the Map File for future use. I call mine “Invest
11) Convert the file (box lower Right corner)
12) Open Quicken
YOUR QUICKEN DATA FILE" before doing the following!!!
13) Open the Quicken FILE TAB.
14) Choose FILE IMPORT
15) Select QIF
16) Make sure your import data destination is pointed to
the Investment side of the linked account you want to import data for, Not the
17) Click Import.
18) Review all imported data and make changes from Deposit to
I found One training video specifically for Investment
accounts. It is not great!
I suggest that you start with just 4 or 5
lines of the CVS file you downloaded before converting a large file.