Re: Importing Quicken

2018-03-11 Thread mahon . finbar
Me too. I closed off 2017 in Q and used bank balances etc., to start Gnucash on 1.1.2018. No issues. On March 11, 2018 10:27:29 AM GMT+01:00, keithwjones wrote: >Edward Ingram-2 wrote >> My Quicken files are stored in .QDF format, not .QIF. (Quicken 2017) >> How can I

Re: Save File to Dropbox

2018-03-11 Thread Dave H
If you're talking about not being able to see it under "Places"on the left of the file open popup form, you have to build up the path manually in Windows anyway :-) Click on "Windows C:" under places, then double-click "Users" in the right hand panel, then double-click your user name in the right

Re: : importing

2018-03-11 Thread Dennis West
Maybe I was just lucky, but I selected the first choice in the QIF export which was all accounts including categories and it did it all in one pass (and that was for a file that had 20 years of data, 3 banks with checking and savings in each and 4 credit cards). I fully expected to have to

Save File to Dropbox

2018-03-11 Thread EMDNP via gnucash-user
I would like to save my GnuCash files to dropbox so I can edit across both my Macbook and my PC. Saving to Dropbox hasn't been a problem on my Macbook. I am able to simply select the Dropbox folder in the file tree when opening or saving from GnuCash. GnuCash on my PC does not show the same

Re: : importing

2018-03-11 Thread Adrien Monteleone
Does File > Import > Import OFX/QFX not work for you? For instructions, visit gnucash.org. Click the documentation link on the left. Read over the Help Manual and the Tutorial & Concepts Guide. Regards, Adrien > On Mar 10, 2018, at 8:59 AM, Beri Hull wrote: > > Hi, I am

Re: : importing

2018-03-11 Thread Dennis West
Maybe I was just lucky, but I selected the first choice in the QIF export which was all accounts including categories and it did it all in one pass (and that was for a file that had 20 years of data, 3 banks with checking and savings in each and 4 credit cards). I fully expected to have to

: importing

2018-03-11 Thread Beri Hull
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

Re: Updated Ubuntu / Mint repository

2018-03-11 Thread Kurt Padilla
Yes. Seems to work well on Ubuntu 17.10, although for all I know my book just got uploaded to somewhere in eastern Europe. таке життя! Kurt On Wed, Mar 7, 2018, 17:27 Les wrote: > Has anyone tried this? > > Les > > > On 03/06/2018 09:36 PM, Adrien Monteleone wrote: > >

Re: : importing

2018-03-11 Thread David Carlson
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

Re: Income shows as negative

2018-03-11 Thread Mike or Penny Novack
On 3/11/2018 3:14 AM, D wrote: Hello, Although I am *not* an accountant, I understand that in standard accounting, income is shown as a negative balance. The Tutorial covers this. There is a setting that allows you to display income accounts with reversed signs, if this bothers you. "debit"

Re: Save File to Dropbox

2018-03-11 Thread Nelson Handcock
I use Dropbox for my GN file and I've had no trouble. I installed the dropbox app for Windows 10, set up the account and specified which dropbox folders to synch, and I could see the dropbox folder in Windows Explorer and also the GN file - no problems at all. Perhaps open the dropbox app on

Re: Income shows as negative

2018-03-11 Thread Stan Brown
On 2018-03-10 22:48, am wrote: > I just finished setting up gnuCASH and found that after entering > income (and other date ie expenses, etc) it shows up as negative(in > parenthesis). This would mean a negative income? Why would it not > show as expected - POSITIVE income since there was no loss.

Re: Importing Quicken

2018-03-11 Thread Dennis West
There is a menu selection in Quicken to export to a .QIF file. On 3/11/2018 04:27, keithwjones wrote: Edward Ingram-2 wrote My Quicken files are stored in .QDF format, not .QIF. (Quicken 2017) How can I import these? I found it easier to just start again with GnuCash instead of importing

Re: GnuCash 2.6.19: balances incorrect in customer overview

2018-03-11 Thread Geert Janssens
Op zondag 11 maart 2018 08:02:58 CET schreef curmudgeon: > I just upgraded to v2.6.19 (on OSX High Sierra) and now the balances in the > Customer Overview screen are incorrect. Receivable Ageing and Customer > Reports are correct. > > It looks like random old transactions are not included in the

Re: Importing Quicken

2018-03-11 Thread keithwjones
Edward Ingram-2 wrote > My Quicken files are stored in .QDF format, not .QIF. (Quicken 2017) > How can I import these? I found it easier to just start again with GnuCash instead of importing data that I did not require. You then have a nice new clean set of accounts. Keith - GnuCash