If you just save the downloaded file and you change the file’s extension from to .ofx, you can import the transactions into Money by double-clicking on the downloaded file.If you want to skip the manual steps of saving the file and changing the file extension, you will have to do a few tweaks to make the computer open the file directly as if it’s a file.Data files created and used by Microsoft Money are identified by the file extension ".mny" (depending on the settings of your computer, file extensions may not be visible, but they are present and you can still use the steps below to locate those files).Microsoft Money saves data files by default in the My Documents folder on your Windows computer, unless you specifically changed the save location in your Microsoft Money settings.The setup is well documented on the Pocket Sense website.
Even though you cannot directly restore the backup file from the old version of Microsoft Money, you can open and convert the original data files.After these tweaks the download will go directly from your browser into Microsoft Money.First you have to make the computer understand the extension. There is a registry file in Reg file to import Quicken QFX files automatically into Money on , but running it didn’t make it work for me.In some cases, online banking may not function properly after upgrading to the latest version of Quicken.This situation is typically caused by changes in the way online services are handled in the different versions of Quicken. I’m documenting them here in case someone else also wants to do the same thing. Getting Microsoft Money to run on it the way I wanted took a few tweaks.The new generation online and mobile account tracking applications such as Mint or Personal Capital are easier to use but desktop applications such as Microsoft Money or Quicken still have their advantages in some ways.See Mint and Personal Capital vs Quicken and Microsoft Money.Please choose another program.” Now download a transaction file in Quicken Web Connect format and save it somewhere.Right click on it and select It takes some work up front but after you are all done, you can just download transactions from the websites of your banks and brokers in the Quicken Web Connect format.