Convert bank and credit card transactions from various types of source files to the CSV Mint format, with this straightforward utility.
- Version :126.96.36.199
- License :Demo
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :ProperSoft
There are numerous specialized programs that can help you manage your finances, and they often save transaction data to formats that are not supported by other software.
CSV2CSV is a lightweight and easy-to-use application that can come to your aid, as it enables you to convert bank and credit card transactions from CSV, XLS, HTM, TAB and TXT files to the CSV Mint format supported by products such as Quicken Deluxe.
Straightforward converter that can also merge files
Loading and processing individual files is not particularly difficult, but it would have helped if the program offered support for drag and drop actions.
Things get a little trickier when it comes to importing multiple items at once, as it is not possible to add additional entries from another file after you have already loaded a list of transactions.
Verify the mapping rules and export data to multiple formats
Before launching the conversion process, you can bring up the CSV Mapper and check to see that the input and output fields are mapped accurately. Additionally, it is possible to save the mapping rules to a profile can be used again at a later date.
Moreover, CSV2CSV allows you to choose the desired date format, specify which field separator should be used and select the entries that you wish to extract.
Features a minimalistic UI and offers little documentation
The user interface is not particularly noteworthy, but its simple, clean layout should be appreciated by first-time users.
Unfortunately, it must be noted that, while some instructions are available online, they are not exactly extensive. A detailed user manual would have been more than welcome, as novices may be find some of the application’s more advanced configuration options to be somewhat confusing.
To conclude, CSV2CSV is a straightforward piece of software that can help you convert transaction data to the CSV Mint format in a few simple steps. It lacks some useful features, however, and it does not offer adequate documentation.