Currently, the ability to perform Mass Delete to Custom records associated with Fixed Asset records such as Depreciation History is not yet available. This is being tracked under Enhancement # 215320. Instead of deleting the Depreciation History records one by one, below steps may be considered.
1. Navigate to Lists > Search > Saved Searches > New.
2. Click on FAM - Depreciation History link.
3. Click on Criteria tab > Standard subtab > Add the following filters:
-Transaction Type = is Depreciation
-Asset = is xx
-Asset Type = is xx
-Date = is within xx and xx
*These filters may be used depending on the goal (If Depreciation History records for specific Asset(s), Asset Type(s) or certain period needs to be deleted).
4. Click on Results tab > Columns subtab > Add the following fields for reference purposes:
5. Edit the Search Title as desired.
6. Hit Save & Run.
7. On the Depreciation History Search: Results Preview page, turn on the Inline Editing function.
8. Click on the first field row below any column header which shows the small pencil icon (Example: Date) > Press Shift key > Click on the last field row that needs to be deleted > Press Delete key.
*There will be a prompt: All selected records will be deleted. Are you sure you want to continue.
9. Hit OK.
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