|1. ||On the Inquiry menu, point to Sales , and then click Sales Documents . |
|2. ||To determine whether the same document also appears in history, click Unposted , click the document that you entered, and then click History . |
|3. ||If the transaction appears in unposted and in history, make sure that the transaction is posted in the general ledger. If the transaction was posted correctly in the general ledger, continue to step 4. If the transaction was not posted correctly in the general ledger, go to step 7. |
|4. ||On the Transactions menu, point to Sales , and then click Sales Batches . |
|5. ||Click the lookup button next to the Batch ID field, and then double-click the batch that the document is in. |
|6. ||Click Delete , and then click Yes when you are prompted to delete the batch. |
|7. ||Perform a complete backup of the database that you can restore if a problem occurs. |
|8. ||Make sure that all users log off from Microsoft Dynamics GP. |
|9. || |
Use the appropriate step:
• In Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 or Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010, point to Tools on the Microsoft Dynamics GP menu, point to Utilities , point to Sales , and then click Remove Sales History .
• In Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0 and in Microsoft Business Solutions - Great Plains 8.0, point to Utilities on the Tools menu, point to Sales , and then click Remove Sales History .
|10. ||In the Ranges area, type the document number in the From field and in the To field. |
|11. ||Click Insert to insert the restriction, and then click Process . Click to select the Screen check box to print the report to the screen, and then click OK . |