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I have Quicken Home Inventory from Intuit and now I got a new computer with Windows 7 and it won't run. I'm looking for some other inventory program, that can load all the data I have.

I looks like QHI does not have export option, and it would be too much to type it all in again.

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You can use Attic Manager, it has an option to load Quicken database directly.

It works on all Windows versions, and it's even cheaper than QHI.

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Looks good. It seems that it can load the database even if I don't have QHI installed? – codeguru Oct 27 '11 at 17:21
Loading works on Windows XP and Windows 7, you just need to install some software. Take a look at the second link I gave in my post. – Milan Babuškov Oct 27 '11 at 17:22
Seems to do the job well. It imported all my data and now I can finally switch off my old Windows XP and switch to seven completely. Thanx. – codeguru Oct 27 '11 at 17:27

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