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Old 01-12-2010, 09:21 PM   #9
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I don't use Windows often but I do like to have a checkbook register on all my computers and operating systems so I don't *have to* go online to my bank to check our balance. I have Quicken 2003 on two computers (one is Win 7) and Microsoft Money 2005 on a Win XP computer (came with the system). Neither will deal directly with the bank or anything online.

However, my bank will export the records in Quicken or Money formats between dates I select. Then I import the file into Quicken or MS Money. Voila! Checkbook register is complete. My bank offers free online bill paying; I don't need Quicken or Money for that.

In Linux I use CheckBook Register, a very simple program that will also import a Money-format file and enter transactions automatically.
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