program to edit quickbooks bank feed

Does anyone know of a program (possibly 3rd party) that can be used to edit a quickbooks bank feed file (*.qbo?). I have downloaded transactions from my bank but they go back to well before the start date with quickbooks and I would like to eliminate the pre-existing transactions in order to focus on those in the time period that corresponds with our time with QB. The bank (Royal Bank of Canada) has said that it cannot help.

A general comment - as a new QB user I am pleased with the program , except for this issue and 3 others:

- Its inability to accurately produce POs in US dollars and using US$ prices for vendors in the US without manipulating the exchange rate to (falsely) show exchange rate parity.

- The fact that credit limits cannot be set in such a way that only designated persons can override them.

- Its inability to memorize the inventory reorder report when the preferred vendor filter is set to choose a specific vendor (this appears to be a bug).


Michael Trotz

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