I don't think this can be done from within gnucash itself.
Depending on how comfortable you are with python or database programming you
can try to do it
- via the gnucash python bindings (if they are available on your platform)
- by saving your data into a database (from within gnucash->Save as...) do the
manipulations in the db and then saving back to xml from within gnucash.
The usual disclaimer applies when going the database route: if you break
things while manipulating the data directly outside of gnucash, you get to
keep the pieces. So be sure to make a backup before attempting this.
On maandag 15 mei 2017 22:44:16 CEST nssimpson wrote: