You should use the 'Export' menu item listed under the Moneydance File menu. You would then subsequently use the 'Import' menu item on the receiving data file.
You would likely be best served opting for the QIF file format.
This process may get tricky though. I would make any attempt to test this on a new, practice Moneydance data file.
Where this can get tricky is that Exporting an account that contains transfer transactions will create those receiving accounts as part of the Export so as to house the 'other side' of the transfer transactions.
When you attempt to Import the QIF, you will be presented with a list of those accounts that are connected to the Exported account via transfers. Be sure to select the proper account type/currency for all of the imported accounts.
I can't say what will happen when you then attempt to Export/Import another account. I've never tried it. You may or may not end up with duplicate accounts as well as duplicate transactions that will require clean up.
Again, any attempt at this procedure should be done on a practice Moneydance data file first. That's what I would do.
Ethan on 26 Jun, 2020 06:46 PM
Depending on how many accounts you want to move and what else is in your current data file, another approach could be to make a copy of your current data file, and delete the information that you no longer want from the new copy, leaving you with just the accounts you wanted to export.