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How to cancel a bank statement entry

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Mark Lewis
on 5/26/16, 11:13 AM 728 views

Hello,

I've entered bank statements, but can't delete an entry.

Is there an option on v9 like on v8 that you have to allow cancelling?

Thanks

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Andy Le May
On 7/25/16, 10:41 AM

Using Version 9.0c-20160620 (Community Edition)

Have reconciled and non-reconciled lines in statement. Trash can visible on rh side but no "unreconcile" yellow arrow as in V8?

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Mark Lewis
On 5/27/16, 6:52 AM

I needed first to install the cancel journal items module

then change the settings of the bank journal in developer mode to allow cancelling entries.

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Fabrice Henrion (fhe)
On 5/26/16, 11:07 PM

Assuming Odoo 9 Enterprise (might be the same in v9.0c):

  • Go to Accounting > 'More' on the bank journal > View bank statements

  • Open the statement you want to edit

  • Click Edit

  • Click the trash icon next to the statement line you want to remove

  • Additionally, if by 'cancelling an entry' you mean unreconciling the statement line with the journal item, then click on the yellow 'Cancel' icon on the statement line.

On v9 I don't have a yellow cancel icon against a statement line.

Mark Lewis
on 5/27/16, 3:06 AM

If the line is black, it means that it has not been reconciled with a payment in the statement reconciliation widget. In this case there won't be a yellow icon. If the line is grey, it means that it has been reconciled and the yellow icon will be displayed. So I guess you didn't reconcile your statement lines and therefore there is nothing to unreconcile.

Fabrice Henrion (fhe)
on 5/27/16, 3:32 AM

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