Can I set-up Bank Feeds for National Bank of Canada?

I cannot find the Download to QB button as described in the help on how to download a statement.

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Hi there, armchairpilot.

Yes, you can set up the National Bank of Canada for Bank Feeds in QuickBooks Desktop. Just check out this article for the steps and details: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1765175

On the other hand, the Download Transactions button is not available for Classic Mode or in QuickBooks Canada version. You'll need to click the Send/Receive button to download the bank transactions into your software.

Here's how:

  1. Click Banking on the top menu.
  2. Choose Bank Feeds and click Bank Feeds Center.
  3. Click the Financial Institution drop-down button and choose the bank account.
  4. Click Send/Receive button.

You can also download the transactions through Web Connect.

Here's how:

  1. Access your bank’s website through a web browser outside QuickBooks.
  2. Log in to your bank account using your customer ID and PIN or password.
  3. Download your online transaction activity via QuickBooks Web Connect (.QBO) file.
  4. Import web connect (.qbo) files.

If you have more questions, please reply to this post. I'd be glad to help.

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