How can I copy transactions from one Q file to another

I have two quicken files one old and one current. I somehow managed to download March and April data to the old file and not the new one.  NOw I need to copy all of those March and April transactions from the old file to the new.  I can't stand to enter them manually.  I tried to export to QIF file but that is no longer available as an import fature for checking accounts. I tried to copy transactions and paste into the new file but that did not work.  Any suggestions before I spend too much time manually reentering the transactions?
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I don't see where you said you tried to download the data to the new fileset after doing so to the old fileset.&nbsp_&nbsp_I would expect you to be able to redownload the same data to multiple Quicken filesets based on what I&nbsp_have read in these forums.&nbsp_ If you tried that and it didn't work, please indicate your financial institution, what type of account is involved (checking, savings, credit card, investment, investment retirement, etc.) and what appraoch you use to download (direct connect through one-step update, web connect through your financial instituitions website, or express web-connect as a amalgamation of those two - from the website through OSU).&nbsp_
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