Question about Intuit QuickBooks Pro 2008: Windows
IN the process of transferring checking account data from old account into newly opened checking account - and cannot seem to copy more than one transaction at a time. How do we copy and paste a whole range of transactions spanning several months?
You should not do that.... you should keep the transactions in the account were it belongs.
maybe you transfer some funds from the old to the new account? that should make the link between the accounts, but that does not mean that now all the movements in the old account are part of the new account.
you can have more than one account in your quick books.
but, if you really want to do it, instead of move the transactions, consider just changing the old account information, to match the new one account, and all the new transacctions will arrive to the same account.
does it make sense?
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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