Convert Bank and Credit Card files fast and easy into CSV format, featuring configurable input and output settings for all user levels
|Updated||June 3 2020|
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|Crack Size||27.6 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Bank2CSV is a simple-to-use piece of software that enables users to convert bank and credit cards files into CSV format. It offers support for files created with MS Money, Quicken and Quickbooks, namely QFX, QBO, OFX, QIF, OFC and ASO extensions.
Setting up the program takes minimal time and effort. As far as the interface is concerned, Bank2CSV adopts a classical look and intuitive structure, enabling users to quickly carry out conversion operations.
The source file can be specified at startup, and the tool will show all transactions, categories and memorized items, along with the source data.
In terms of program settings, it is possible to select the QIF date format for the input file, and to modify output options when it comes to the currency, shares and date format, among others. The files can be saved to CSV format by simply pointing out an output directory and file name.
Bank2CSV Crack worked smoothly during our evaluation, without hanging, crashing or popping up error dialogs. It carries out conversion operations rapidly and delivers good results. We have not come across any issues. Thanks to its intuitive structure and options, Bank2CSV Crack can be handled with ease by anyone.
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