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    Question Quickbooks - CSV to QBO Converter?
    I've searched all over the web, a few different forums and even Quickbooks web site and I still can't find something that will do this.

    I need to convert CSV files over to QBO files that Quickbooks 2009 Mac will actually import them. Why Intuit didn't include that it is beyond me as I'm pretty sure it is an option in the Windows version.

    If anyone has any ideas or suggestions on how to do this, please let me know. My banking accounts, credit card accounts, investment accounts and other accounting software used to run my companies all use CSV and do not have the option of exporting to QBO files. So this is a must need for me to save me hours upon hours of time with inputing transactions into Quickbooks.
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    Mike Bowden

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    I never had access to the Windows version. If I did, I wouldn't want to export from my other applications, import into Windows, export from the Windows version and yet again import into the Mac version. I'd just stick with the Windows version before I did all that.
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    Yet again, no. You can not go from Excel to QB, Excel does not support any format the QB on Mac does.
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    Mike Bowden

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    Red face Found a way to get Excel into QB!
    If you use a software converter from MoneyThumb you can get csv to quickbooks no problem. I was also searching forever and am so excited to find an answer that I'm telling everyone. I still need to find a way to change image based pdfs to text based but that's a problem for another day.

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