Welcome to GnuCash!
Since you have already found the qfx importer you are almost there. Each
QIF file contains only transactions from one financial institution and
probably only for one or two accounts.
You simply follow the steps that appear after starting the importer. It
will first ask you which account or accounts you want the transactions to
apply to if it has never seen a file from that bank, then it will create a
list of all the new transactions and try to get you to decide where you
want them to go. Finally it will actually import them when you click ok.
If you are unsure which other account to assign, leave the transaction
unassigned so you can fix it later.
I always save my data just before any import so I can go back and try again
if I decide that I made a mistake.
On Sun, Mar 11, 2018, 4:24 PM Beri Hull <hullb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, I am new to gnucash and want to import data from my various bank and
> investment accounts that I have imported to finder as qfx files. I am
> able to import data as qfx files that appear listed in a box titled
> generic import transaction matcher. I need the transactions imported
> into my register. I have tried dragging, clicking and cannot figure out
> how to get them there. I have found not one instruction, forum discussion
> or video that explains how to get the transactions into the proper gnucash
> accounts. To do this must be so simple that it has escaped me.
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