Sears credit card no longer supports Quicken

Sears responded to my Query: ============quote===========Dear Valued Client,
We appreciate you writing to us about your account today.
We regret any frustration the recent change to our website has caused,
and we appreciate you taking the time to contact us. We regret Direct
Connect with Quicken is not an available feature of our website. You can
however, download the information and import into Quicken manually. To
do this, follow these steps:
Select Statements from the menu bar then scroll down to the Download
Statements section.
Select the statement(s) to download from the Statement Date box.
From the format field, select either CSV or Tab Delimited and then
select the download button.
Both of these options allow you to import into Quicken.
If you would like to take an online tour of our new website features, go
to the Credit Home page from a desktop or laptop computer. From the Help
section on the right, approximately half way down the page, you will see
Frequently Asked Questions. Select the last question listed “Where can I
learn about new features and how to navigate the website.” You can then
take the Site Tour to learn about new features that simplify managing
your account.
As always, we value you as our customer, and we appreciate your
business.
Thank you for using our website. =============unquote==============I don't see how to import a CSV or Tab Delimited file into a credit card ac count.
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"Ron Young" wrote
Sears responded to my Query: ============quote============Dear Valued Client,
We appreciate you writing to us about your account today.
We regret any frustration the recent change to our website has caused,
and we appreciate you taking the time to contact us. We regret Direct
Connect with Quicken is not an available feature of our website. You can
however, download the information and import into Quicken manually. To
do this, follow these steps:
Select Statements from the menu bar then scroll down to the Download
Statements section.
Select the statement(s) to download from the Statement Date box.
From the format field, select either CSV or Tab Delimited and then
select the download button.
Both of these options allow you to import into Quicken.
If you would like to take an online tour of our new website features, go
to the Credit Home page from a desktop or laptop computer. From the Help
section on the right, approximately half way down the page, you will see
Frequently Asked Questions. Select the last question listed “Where can I
learn about new features and how to navigate the website.” You can then
take the Site Tour to learn about new features that simplify managing
your account.
As always, we value you as our customer, and we appreciate your
business.
Thank you for using our website. =============unquote=============== I don't see how to import a CSV or Tab Delimited file into a credit card account. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1.) Download and install the Excel Add-in, xl2qif 2.) Have Excel open the downloaded delimited file 3.) In Excel, click Add-Ins > XL2QIF > "Save to QIF" 4.) Follow these instructions to import the QIF file into Quicken: https://getsatisfaction.com/quickencommunity/topics/faq-how-to-import-qif-files-into-non-cash-accounts-post-q2004
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1.) Download and install the Excel Add-in, xl2qif 2.) Have Excel open the downloaded delimited file 3.) In Excel, click Add-Ins > XL2QIF > "Save to QIF" 4.) Follow these instructions to import the QIF file into Quicken: https://getsatisfaction.com/quickencommunity/topics/faq-how-to-import-qif-files-into-non-cash-accounts-post-q2004 ------------------------------------------------------------------
To hopefully make the process clearer, step #3 should contain more information:
3a.) In Excel, click Add-Ins > XL2QIF > Save to QIF 3b.) Choose (or key) the path and name for the output QIF file 3c.) Make sure Account Type and Date Format are correct (other options might also be applicable) 3d.) Insure that you select the "Fields present in Input Data" in the order their columns appear in Excel, and that there are no non-Quicken columns between the left-most and right-most selected columns (basically, remove any non-Quicken rows and columns)
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