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2nd checking account

I have a cash flow account set up in Quicken with BofA. In this account is a separate checking account and a separate savings account. When I access the BofA website, I have one log-in to access both the checking account and the savings account online. When I download transactions, both checking and savings are updated in Quicken. This is exactly as I want it to be. Now the question: I have added a 2nd checking account to the BofA account. It appears online with the same log-in page as the original checking account and the savings account. How is the best way to add this 2nd checking account to the existing BofA family in Quicken? I want it to behave like it has been, just with 3 parts rather than 2.
Thanks for any help!
Jim...
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Jim Orson
I'm confused by your first two sentences, but after that, your situation sounds just like mine: I have two checking accounts and one savings account with BofA (All Other States).
I don't recall having to do anything special when I created the second checking account. I think I just added the account in Quicken, then clicked the Activate button for downloading transactions.
Quicken knows that accounts with the same financial institution name normally download in the same One Step Update.
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John Pollard

Thanks John, just what I needed to know.
Jim...
PS: regarding your confusion with the 1st two sentences of the original post - I didn't know what else to call the account. Quicken calls it a "cash flow account" (as opposed to an "investment" account or a "property and debt account") in the account bar on the left of the screen. However, if YOU are confused then I know I am not describing it properly. BTW, that's a compliment.
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Jim Orson

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