EXPORT HISTORY FEATURES

Export to Microsoft Money (OFC Format)
Select this option if you are using financial management software that supports importing of an OFC format file. This option works with Microsoft Money.Place your mouse pointer on the submit button and left click once.

The following instruction screen will appear. To export the history information to an OFC file, press the Submit button below. Your browser will then (after a short time) create the file. Be sure to rename the file to "hbexport.ofc", if your browser has not already done this for you. Indicate that you want to Save "hbexport.ofc" to disk, and then enter in an appropriate location to save it. You will need to remember where you saved "hbexport.ofc". After your browser finishes saving the file, go to your financial management program (e.g. Microsoft Money), and use its import feature to import the "hbexport.ofc" data.

Place your mouse pointer on the submit button and left click once. After the file export has been completed you will need to open your financial management software and use itís file import function to load file into your register.

Export to Microsoft Money (OFX Format)
Select this option if you are using financial management software that supports importing of an OFX format file. Place your mouse pointer on the submit button and left click once.

The following instruction screen will appear. To export the history information to a OFX file, press the Submit button below. Your browser will then (after a short time) create the file. Be sure to rename the file to "hbexport.ofx", if your browser has not already done this for you. Indicate that you want to Save "hbexport.ofx" to disk, and then enter in an appropriate location to save it. You will need to remember where you saved "hbexport.ofx". After your browser finishes saving the file, go to your financial management program (e.g. Quicken or Microsoft Money), and use its Import feature to import the "hbexport.ofx" data.

Place your mouse pointer on the submit button and left click once. After the file export has been completed you will need to open your financial management software and use itís file import function to load file into your register.

Export to Quicken (QIF Format 2 Digit or 4 Digit Years)

Select this option if you are using financial management software that supports importing of an QIF format file. Place your mouse pointer on the submit button and left click once.

The following instruction screen will appear. To export the history information to a QIF file, press the Submit button below. Your browser will then (after a short time) create the file. Be sure to rename the file to "hbexport.qif", if your browser has not already done this for you. Indicate that you want to Save "hbexport.qif" to disk, and then enter in an appropriate location to save it. You will need to remember where you saved "hbexport.qif". After your browser finishes saving the file, go to your financial management program (e.g. Quicken or Microsoft Money), and use its Import feature to import the "hbexport.qif" data.

Place your mouse pointer on the submit button and left click once. After the file export has been completed you will need to open your financial management software and use itís file import function to load file into your register.

 

Export to Spreadsheet (Comma Delimited Text Format 2 Digit or 4 Digit Years)
Select this option to download a file for importing into a spread sheet
Place your mouse pointer on the submit button and left click once.

The following instruction screen will appear. To export the history information to a comma delimited ASCII file, press the Submit button below. When your browser returns, click inside the text, and then use your browsers "Save As" menu choice (located in its "File" menu) to save the text inside this 'frame' to disk. If you are using Internet Explorer 4.0, you should instead right click inside the text, select the View Source option, and save the text from within the viewer.

Place your mouse pointer on the submit button and left click once. After the file export has been completed you will need to open your spread sheet software and use itís file import function to load file into your register.