- posted 14 years ago
I am in the process of converting my investment files from Money 2k Deluxe (Cdn) to Quicken 2005 XG. Every transaction has to be entered manually. When I initially set up quicken with my various investment accounts, I used placeholders to identify my current holdings and number of shares with each investment while I got around to entering in all my data.
As I entered the historical data into Quicken for those investments I used placeholders, I now get a "N/A" value in the cash column for the investment transaction entered for the purchase. As I enter the data in, I cannot check the box indicating the cash required to purchase the investment should come from the associated cash account. It really seems to screw up the numbers and I would like to determine how I get around it.
Any ideas appreciated.