In the window that comes up, click New Quicken File and click OK.
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If you want to transfer your Quicken files from your PC to your new Mac, you need to prepare the old files for that process.
Quicken supports transferring your accounts, securities, transactions and categories to Mac.
Prepare PC Files Step 1 Go to your account list by clicking the Tools menu and selecting Account List.
Click the Options drop-down list and click View Hidden Accounts.
On the Manage Accounts tab, remove checks from all of the checked Hide in Quicken check boxes.
For any account that has a name with more than 15 characters, right-click and select Edit.
Repeat this process with any other account name that has more than 15 characters.
Step 2 Click an account in your account list and click the Accept All button under the Downloaded Transactions tab.
Go to the scheduled bills and deposits and click the Cancel button for each one with a repeating or pending status.
For any category with a name with more than 15 characters, right-click and select Edit.
Repeat this process with any other category with a name longer than 15 characters.
Step 4 Click Investing Menu and then Security List to go to the Security List.
For any security with a name that has special symbols, right-click and select Edit.
Adjust the name so there are no special symbols and repeat this process with any other securities with special symbols in their names.
Use this same process to adjust ticker symbols so they all only have uppercase letters.
Create a QIF File to Export Your Data Step 1 Click the File menu, then click the Export sub-menu.
Click QIF File. Step 2 Click the Browse button and navigate to the folder in which you want to use to store your QIF files.
Step 3 Select All Accounts from the drop-down list and check Security Lists.
Repeat these steps for an Accounts.QIF file, Transactions.QIF file and a Categories.QIF file.
Check only the Accounts box, Transactions box, or Categories box, correlating to the QIF file you are creating.
Step 4 Connect some form of removable drive that is compatible with both Windows and Mac to your PC and transfer the QIF files onto it.
Import Your QIF File onto Your Mac Step 1 Launch Quicken on your Mac.
Step 2 Click the File menu, hover over the New sub-menu and select File.