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Thread: Converting excel file to IIF File that Can be Uploaded to QuickBooks

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    Converting excel file to IIF File that Can be Uploaded to QuickBooks



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    does anyone know how to do this?
    thx!
    Laurie

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    My understanding is that an *.iif file is just a tab delimited file, although I've never seen one myself. Is there any way you'd be able to upload a copy of an iif file that works, and a copy of the excel file you're trying to convert? With the two I could probably figure out how to build an iif file on the fly for you.
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