copy multiple transactions to another account 2013 to move to another account

I have a 2 separate IRA account with few years of transaction history and want to copy them to a new  combined IRA account (all one account)

Can copy multiple transactions ( from Account A ) and paste them into the new combined  IRA account

Even when I copy the transaction from IRA account  the paste option  is greyed out in the combined account.

Can I export those transactions and import them into the new account as a work around.

 

Thanks

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Note: Make a backup first in case you don't like the results

Try using the "Shares transferred between accounts" transaction in your investment account.  It should do what you are wanting and still preserve the historical detail.
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