How Can I Export Data from Mint?

Hello, cannot seem to figure out how to export transactions from Mint to either my desktop, to an excel spreadsheet or to QuickBooks. (I'm a totally newb to actually working with the online version of Mint) Any 411 will be greatly appreciated.


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At the end of the page containing a list of transactions there is a link 'Export all xxxx transactions'.

I imported all transactions via a csv into Excel and then used Excel's sorting mechanism to delete all transactions that were not in the range of interest. Next I used Pivot tables to sum up the categories. There are good Youtubes to learn how to do Pivot Tables.

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