Where are Form 990 codes for the SCD column of an ACCNT import?

Where is a printable list of Form 990 import codes?  These are the codes that would appear in the "SCD" column of an account import.  On export of sample data, I get things like "2107" which is a Form 990 functional expense for employee payrolls.  I'd like to type the "2107" codes into Excel and then import the entire Chart of Accounts.  Clearly I can code the Form 990 links within Quickbooks by editing each account, but that would be tedious.  My preference is the import feature.  The rest of my CoA is ready for import, with all account names and descriptions under 31 characters.  It is a GASB54 CoA produced by a state Department of Education, so the CoA is long to begin with, then multiplied by the 18 functions that the state wants in its Statement of Functional Expenses.  I'm now trying to fill in the SCD column.  Google can't find such a list of Form 990 import codes for QB2013.  Thanks for your help!

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