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Can't use my CSV files from bank, how to convert QFX to QIF

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Can't use my CSV files from bank, how to convert QFX to QIF

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My bank supplies CSV files that have the month in a 3 letter format rather than numbers so unless anyone can tell me how to use those I need to convert the QFX files that they can also supply into QIF files.  The only other download option for this bank is PDF, can that work?

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Re: Can't use my CSV files from bank, how to convert QFX to

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I don't think pdfs will work.

I would open the csv in excel, and replace name in letters by a number, save it again as csv and import it then.

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Re: Can't use my CSV files from bank, how to convert QFX to

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spoker wrote:I don't think pdfs will work.

I would open the csv in excel, and replace name in letters by a number, save it again as csv and import it then.
That is smart solution.

This issue looks like feature request.

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Re: Can't use my CSV files from bank, how to convert QFX to

Post by Nikolay »

Another option is to set cells format for colunm after excel import of a csv file.
Then export it to csv again.

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10-ноя-2016;10.11.16;120;test;
11-ноя-2016;11.11.16;120;test;
12-ноя-2016;12.11.16;120;test;
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