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Reverse Fixed Asset Month End process

Reverse Fixed Asset Month End process

Reverse Fixed Asset Month End process

(OP)
We've tried to reverse Fixed Asset month end process using MSB68R but it didn't work because "From Period" and "To Period" are not in the same year (12/06 - 01/07).

Any other way to do it?

TIA,
MoE

RE: Reverse Fixed Asset Month End process

Try running it twice, once for each period

RE: Reverse Fixed Asset Month End process

(OP)
Gbell, thanks for your reply but if we run it twice, how about the "From Period" and "To Period" values?

Ellipse user reference for MSB68R:
Period Range.
A valid period should be entered in the from and to period fields. All periods within the range must be valid for posting. On completion of the report, the Fixed Assets Current Period will be updated to the first period in the range. Entry is mandatory.

RE: Reverse Fixed Asset Month End process

Moekti, I hear what you are saying but once the first period is reversed you will re-run the depreciation for that period, yes - no, and then do the same for the next period?

Do you have a Test system you can try it in?

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