[Novalug] Quicken .qdf format
nick at hackermonkey.com
Mon Oct 5 17:15:48 EDT 2009
Jon LaBadie wrote:
> All this talk of GnuCash and KmyMoney got me thinking
> about my financial records. They are in a nice ;)
> proprietary format, several years worth of .qdf files.
> Sometimes it would be nice to be able to go into one
> or a series of these backups and extract or chart some
> of the records, eg the downward trend of IRA's :( .
> When I've done a websearch, I've been unable to find any
> tool other than Quicken itself that can parse these files
> and extract any data. And that would certainly be
> tedious and not automated.
> Have I missed any programs or file layout descriptions
> for Quicken's .qdf format?
I havent heard of .qdf. When I used quicken I saved things as .qif,
although I never ended up importing them. I just started a new account
when I moved to all Linux :-) Probably not an option for you though!
I know most will do .qif (Quiken Interchange Format or at least
Moneydance will. Do you still have access to any Quicken where you could
read in the .qdf and resave as .qif?
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