VBA to Copy data and format transactions for QuickBooks import

jtbsu

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I am currently trying to take an excel file that has purchase transactions as shown below and convert them into something that will import into an accounting software. I know it would be easier for that person gathering the information to input it the information directly into the accounting software but unfortunately for control purposes I was told that is not allowed. So I have to duplicate the work already being done and I would like to have the work from the person gathering the information to just import into the accounting software. Any help is greatly appreciated. I have been trying to search and build such a macro with absolutely no luck. Thank you.
DateCheck #VendorNotesAccount NumberAmountTotal PmtLocationTrans #
12/1/131000StaplesSupplies6120100.00100.00North1
12/1/13EFTOffice MaxSupplies6120200.00240.00South2
******* Supplies612540.00General2
12/1/13EFTPost officepostage7250150.00150.00General3

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After the conversion the information must look like this with 1111 being the checking account that was used to pay for the item(s). So 1 purchase from office max may have to be split between 2 expense accounts with the sum hitting the bank.
BlankTransaction TypeDateAccount NumberNameAmountLocationCheck #Notes
TRNSCheck12/1/131111Staples-100.001000
SPLCheck12/1/136120Staples100.00North1000Supplies
ENDTRNS
TRNSCheck12/1/131111Office Max-240.00EFT
SPLCheck12/1/136120200.00SouthEFTSupplies
SPLCheck12/1/13612540.00GeneralEFT******* Supplies
ENDTRNS
TRNSCheck12/1/131111Post Office-150.00EFT
SPLCheck12/1/137250150.00GeneralEFTPostage
ENDTRNS

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