Gnucash provides accounting functions suitable for use by small businesses and individuals.It can track finances in multiple accounts, keeping running and reconciled balances.
I would like to change the default size of the labels (about 300 or so) without opening and resizing every file.
Also, if Excel based, then I may have more options with date formats.
Thanks, Gary Hi, I'm hoping someone can help me with this.
I just purchased Quicken Deluxe 2005 and I'd like to import my Excel based check register. Quicken only seems to be able to handle QFX or QIF files.
Is there any way to convert Excel worksheets to these file formats?
I have recently been appointed as the treasurer at my local photography club and have inherited the accounts which have previously been done using Quicken.I've managed to get Quicken 98 installed on my computer but it's an awful piece of software to use so I'd much rather convert all the info in to Excel.Does anyone know if it's possible to convert the existing Quicken data in to Excel or even any other format that is more user friendly.I've been told MS Money may be an option but I've never used that either so having something in Excel would definately be my first choice.At work I am using a Quicken program to create bar code scan type labels.While setting that up, I'm changing some date formats, and they look identical to Excel formulas. If so, are there options to select an entire lot of files, to change a particular criteria?