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You can download and export up to 18 months' worth of Vanguard transaction history into Quicken.

After you download your data, your operating system should automatically recognize the file and import it directly into your Quicken records.

The Quicken software will compare the new download with older information to record only new transactions and eliminate any duplicates. Intuit no longer supports previous versions of Quicken.

Vanguard cannot provide technical support for Quicken.

Quicken service upgrade instructions: We're upgrading our transaction download service.

If you use Quicken, you'll need to deactivate and then reactivate your account, which will enable you to modify your settings to ensure the smooth transition of data.

Follow the instructions below on or after September 10, 2014.

Quicken for Windows 2014–2016After you've reactivated your account, please review your downloaded transactions to ensure that none are missing or duplicated.

If you have any questions or need help, call us at 888-353-0547. How do I use Quicken's Web Connect through (personal investors)?

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