There's nothing built into QB to help you do this.
If you want to export select transaction from an Enterprise (or any) QB file and then import them into another file, use our BRC Transaction Copier
If you really want to convert your entire Enterprise file to Pro or Premier, then a better way is to use our BRC Enterprise to Pro/Premier Conversion Service
Hi there, @Bestzin.
It's nice to have you back here in the Community. I'm here to share some information about the export and import process in QuickBooks Desktop.
You can import transactions on your QuickBooks Desktop Premier. However, you can only export lists from QuickBooks. You can check out for some third party application that supports this feature.
To guide through the process of exporting lists and importing transactions, you can use the Export or import Intuit Interchange Format (.IIF). For more insights about this procedure, please check out this article: Export or import Intuit Interchange Format (.IIF) files.
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RE: I can walk you through with exporting transactions from QuickBooks Enterprise then import it to your QuickBooks Desktop Premier.
You can do this process by using the Export or import Intuit Interchange Format (.IIF).
No, you cannot do this! There is no export of transactions to an IIF file built into QuickBooks. You can only export lists to an IIF file.
Actually, in QB Desktop Pro (or any desktop version) you can export transactions by searching in the advanced find box for all transactions in the account you want to export from, limited by date or anything you want or just all transactions for that account. Then click the Export button on the right side of the find box under Report. See attached screenshot.