Export to QIF - Someone confirm please - Reckon Per Accounts 2019

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I currently use Personal Accounts 2016.   If you issue a Ctrl-Shift-Z command, a menu item is added to the menu tree (File / Export menu) Export to QIF.   This allows you to export all transactions to a QIF file. 

Is this possible in the latest version of Personal Accounts 2019?  
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It is already there in my version of 2019 but it may have got there because I used the Ctrl-Shift-Z command before I checked. So it must at Least be possible.
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I installed 2019 yesterday and it's not there...



I'll check the help
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If you issue a Ctrl-Shift-Z, that should add a menu item "QIF File" as per confirmation by Jiney above.
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Yep thanks but understood that
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Question: Why are you exporting to a QIF file?
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I want the ability to transfer all transactions at a moments notice and not be locked into Reckon Accounts.   I have a routine where I can convert the QIF files to normal SQL tables.   I have yet to finish the rest of the program, the stuff that Reckon does.  

Consider it as leaving my options open.
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Ah ok understand. Was looking at  other options myself and apparently there are a couple of programs on the market that import Quicken/Reckon data. Moneydance (Infinitekind), Countabout I think are two that do