[GNC] question - how do I move one or more transactions between accounts?

David Carlson david.carlson.417 at gmail.com
Sat May 29 11:32:25 EDT 2021

The method described by DaveC49 is about the only practical way to do it.

However,  if you want to change the account for a split line from the
current account to a different account,  it is faster to first jump to one
of the other accounts in that transaction before changing.   Changing the
"home" is much slower, and waiting for the transaction to disappear is a
pain in the neck.

On Sat, May 29, 2021, 5:13 AM DaveC49 <davidcousens49 at gmail.com> wrote:

> To move one split of  a transaction from one account to another if you edit
> the transaction in the register for the account of the split which is going
> to be unchanged. A all you have to do is change the account in the Account
> column. Delete the existing selected account and you should get a drop down
> list which will allow you to select the new account for the split. There is
> no bulk cut and paste type operation AFAIK.
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