If you're experiencing a problem with one of our software products, please fill out and submit the following bug report form. You may also want to check out our list of known problems. The Long List of VB Trappable Errors may provide insight into the cause of runtime error. It may help if you press Ctrl+Shift+D at the "QIF Types and MYM Version Options" screen in order to write some debugging information into the mym2qif.log file. Then proceed to run MYM2QIFW as far as possible. Then compare the result to the normal sequence of debugging lines in the mym2qifw.log file.
If what you want to tell us is really more of a suggestion or a request for enhancement, please use our suggestion form instead.
When you submit your bug report, it will be entered into our database for tracking purposes. It will be associated with the account name under which you accessed this web. After an initial assessment by our support department, the resolution of the problem will be assigned to an appropriate engineer. Periodically we will post notices regarding bugs reported by our customers in the Known Problems section of this page, and tips or workarounds on the FAQ page.
Please be as specific as possible when describing the problem (*required).
We may need to contact you for more information, such as if we have trouble reproducing the problem you describe.
The following is a list of some known problems with our software; we are working to correct them for the next release.
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