Switching to Wave from Quickbooks or other accounting software. Get your Wave account set up the way you like it. If you have not already done so, complete the steps in Setting up your Wave account before switching. You can easily roll back or restore your data to the previous state if the transactions are imported incorrectly. To import a QFX file, select 'File' - 'Import' - 'Bank or Brokerage File (OFX, QFX)', select created QFX file. And select an existing account to import transactions instead 'Add a new Quicken account'. Click the 'Continue' button. SOLVED. by QuickBooks. QuickBooks Desktop for Mac. Updated 1 month ago Learn how to import customers, vendors, employees, and items into QuickBooks for Mac. If you have spreadsheets of info on your customers, vendors, employees, and items, you can import them into QuickBooks so you don’t need to enter them again.
Need to import bank or credit card transactions in a CSV/XLS/XLSX/TXT, PDF, QFX, OFX, QBO, QIF/QMTF, MT940/STA file into your accounting or personal finance software but cannot seem to make it work?
The Solution: try the Transactions app. It can convert your transactions into a format that your accounting/personal finance software can import.
The Transactions app converts your ban and credit card transactions files into a file format compatible with your accounting or personal finance software like QuickBooks (Desktop or Online), Quicken, Xero, Sage, Wave, FreeAgent, Banktivity, Kashoo and many others importing standard financial file formats like OFX, QBO, QFX, QIF, IIF, CSV.CSV2QBJ
Create General Journal Entries quickly in Excel or another spreadsheet software and convert to QBJ or IIF files ready to import into QuickBooks 2013-2021.
Use predefined spreadsheet template to quickly fill debit and credit lines for one or more entries or export from your production system and convert to a format compatible with QuickBooks.
Please consider the Transactions app above as a replacement for converters below. You can still try and purchase them for a limited time.
Mail can import email messages that have been exported in mbox format from other email apps, and import mailboxes exported from Mail on a Mac. You can export mailboxes in mbox format.
In the Mail app on your Mac, choose File > Import Mailboxes.
Select a source in the list, read the information that appears below the list, then click Continue.
If you’re importing a mailbox exported from Mail or a folder in the ~/Library/Mail/V8 folder on another Mac, select Apple Mail. To get to the Mail folder on a Mac, click the desktop to make sure you’re in the Finder, press and hold the Option key, choose Go > Library, then click the Mail folder.
If you’re importing messages from a Windows or UNIX computer, select “Files in mbox format,” then locate the folder containing the files.
Reorganize the imported messages, if you like.
The messages are in a new mailbox called Import in the Mail sidebar. You can drag folders and messages from the Import mailbox to new or existing mailboxes, then delete the Import mailbox.
In the Mail app on your Mac, select one or more mailboxes, then choose Mailbox > Export Mailbox.
Choose a folder or create a new folder, then click Choose.
Mail exports the mailboxes as .mbox packages. If you previously exported a mailbox, Mail doesn’t overwrite the existing .mbox file; it creates a new .mbox file, such as My Mailbox 3.mbox.