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Whether it's an invoice, quote or order, deleting a sale is easy—open the sale, go to the Edit menu and choose Delete Sale. You can also right-click in the sale window and select the delete option.

 When you delete a sale, it's permanently removed from your records.

Here's a few things which might prevent a sale being deleted:

  • User role—Your user role must allow deleting.
  • Security preference—AccountRight's security preference must be set to allow transactions to be deleted. See below for details.
  • Locked periodA sale being deleted can't be in a locked period and must be in your current financial year.
  • PaymentsIf a sale has a payment applied to it, you must first delete the payment. See below for details.
  • DepositsIf a sales order has a deposit applied to it, you must first delete the deposit. See Customer deposits for details.
  • DiscountsAny discounts that have been given on a sale must be deleted before the sale can be deleted.
  • Credit notesIf you applied a credit note towards a sale, you must delete the credit before you can delete the sale.

 

To allow transactions to be deleted

To allow transactions to be deleted

If your user role allows you to change preferences, you can change this option at any time.

  1. Go to the Setup menu and choose Preferences.

    Preferences option greyed-out? Your user role needs to be set up with permission to set preferences. If you need to regularly change preferences, ask your administrator to add this permission to your user role.

  2. Select the Security tab, 
  3. Deselect the Transactions CAN'T be Changed; They Must be reversed option.

To delete an invoice, quote or order

To delete an invoice, quote or order

  1. Go to the Sales command centre and click Sales Register.
  2. Click the applicable tab depending on the sale you want to delete, e.g. Quotes, Orders or Open Invoices.
  3. (Optional) Filter the list of transacions by selecting a customer in the Search By field, or changing the date range.
  4. Click the zoom arrow to open the sale to be deleted.
  5. Go to the Edit menu and choose Delete Sale. The transaction will be removed permanently from your company file.

    Delete Sale greyed-out? Your user role needs to be set up with permission to delete transactions. If you need to regularly change transactions, ask your administrator to add this permission to your user role.

To delete a payment applied to a sale

To delete a payment applied to a sale

To delete a payment applied to a sale:

  1. Open the sale the payment was applied to.
  2. Click History.
  3. Click the zoom arrow for the payment transaction. The payment transaction will be displayed.
  4. Go to the Edit menu and choose Delete Payment. If you only have the option to Reverse Payment, you'll need to change your security preference as described above.

If a discount was applied to a sale when the payment was made, you'll also need to delete the discount before the sale can be deleted.

To delete a discount applied to a sale:

  1. Open the sale the payment was applied to.
  2. Click History.
  3. Click the zoom arrow for the discount transaction. The discount (credit) transaction will be displayed.
  4. Go to the Edit menu and choose Delete Credit.

  FAQs


Why is a sale's zoom arrow shaded?

Why is a sale's zoom arrow shaded?

A sale's zoom arrow will be shaded if:

  • you've set the security preference in AccountRight which prevents transactions from being deleted (they can only be reversed) Tell me more
  • the transaction is from a previous (closed) financial year Tell me more
  • the transaction is part of a processed Prepare Electronic Payment Tell me more
  • the transaction is part of a Prepare Bank Deposit transaction Tell me more