1. Go to http://wallet.smartcash.cc/export-private-key 

Fill all the required information
Example :

Username : your desired username

Password : your desired password

Email : your desired email ( We need this information to support you)

TWO Factor Code : (in case you don't set this you don't have to fill this field )

and click Export Private Key

STEP 1 (a). Export Private Key

The system will export your private-key ( all in one PDF file and save to your local disk with name SmartCash_PrivateKey.pdf 

STEP 1(b). Just move your funds out of web wallet 

In case you just want to move your fund out of your web wallet you can do it by click Withdraw Funds and fill information as bellow 

STEP 2(a). Import Private Key to Node Client Wallet 

Now open your Node Client Wallet, go to console by clicking Help==>Debug window==>Click console tab

Unlock your wallet

If your wallet is encrypted (I hope it is!) you must unlock it. If not just skip this step.

To do this just type into the box at the bottom:

walletpassphrase "YourLongPassphrase" 600

You need the quotes if there is a space in your phrase else there is no need for them. The 600 means your wallet is unlocked for 10 minutes (600 seconds).

In the console at the very bottom is a text entry box. In here enter:

importprivkey yourPrivateKeyInWalletImportFormat "TheLabelThatIWant"

The quotes are only needed if you want a space in the label.

You now have to be patient. On a fast PC it takes 2 minutes to import, and during this time it looks like you application has hung. After waiting a few minutes it will done

repeat this step for each Private key  that you want to import

Now close console tab and click receive and you’ll see your webwallet address is successfully imported to your node client wallet.
If somehow you didn’t see it, wait for a while and click overview and click receive again.

Congratulations you have imported your webwallet to node client wallet.

STEP 2(b). Sweep Private Key to Electrum wallet ( Import private key )

For SmartCash, this key will consist of a long sequence of characters starting with the letters “V”. The example below displays a private key right of images.

The funds held on a paper wallet can be swept, or transferred into your Electrum wallet. Begin by selecting the “Private keys” item from Wallet menu.

Enter one or more private keys, one per line, in the field labeled “Enter private keys.” The address at the bottom shows the destination of the swept funds. A different address can be chosen by clicking the Address button. 

When ready, press Sweep. Electrum requires that any output to be swept must have one or more confirmations.

P/s: after import private-key we recommend to send all funds from import private-key to the new address on the same wallet, this will make sure all funds not related to old private-key any more