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I just recently switched from PC a new iMac. On my PC I have been using financial software for the past 5 years. I have upgraded from MS Money 2000 to MS Money 2002 to Quicken 2005. So now I have about 5+ Years of historical information in my quicken file.

My new iMac came with Quicken 2005 pre-loaded and now I am trying to import/convert my Quicken for Windows file to a Quicken for Mac file, but have been unsuccessful. I searched the Quicken Support page, but only found information on converting from Mac to Windows.

Has anyone else converted from Windows to Mac and if so, who did you do it?

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Actually, I just found the information on the Intuit Webpage. Incase anyone else has this problem, the solution can be found here:

http://web.intuit.com/support/quicke.../win/2159.html

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