Copying transactions from one acct to another

Is it possible to copy transactions from one account and paste them into another.  I have two accounts set up for the same credit card (one for one month and one for the next) and I would like to combine them. Can anyone help?

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Quote:" Copying transactions from one acct to another: Is it possible to copy transactions from one account and paste them into..."

Yes you can - in fact QW will do this for multiple transactions in cash flow accounts. Use the Windows technique for selecting multiple transactions.Right click and select the action from the drop-down menu.

Note there is an option to 'Move transaction(s)' - this works for your situation. Suggest you do a backup before starting this exercise - protect yourself from a keyboard slip-up.
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