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How do I close a ticket in Servicecenter?

How do I close a ticket in Servicecenter?

How do I close a ticket in Servicecenter?

(OP)
Sorry for the dumb question. I am a newbie to Servicecenter and I need to close out a ticket. Can someone please give me detailed instructions on how to do this or point me in the right direction. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

RE: How do I close a ticket in Servicecenter?

This is not dumb it is rather very normal if you are a new user.
In what view do you see it?
If you can send me an attachement I will help you better.

RE: How do I close a ticket in Servicecenter?

Hi...
It could be that you are in a profile that isn't allowed to close tickets... or maybe a Display Option that you are not enable for (we have certain options that are only available for certain capability words)..

RE: How do I close a ticket in Servicecenter?

I would suggest that you talk to your local admin about this.  Your admin may have setup access that allows only specific users/profiles to close tickets or that tickets can only be closed under specific conditions.

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