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Cards Remover - An example


See Cards Remover page for more information.

This page shows an example of what happens to existing transactions when you use Cards Remover to delete a Restricted Card - that is a Card that is being used by MYOB®.

In this example, we have used Cards Remover to delete the Customer Card called 'Leisure Landscape Nursery' from the Clearwater sample file. Clearwater made a sale to 'Leisure Landscape Nursery' on 15 Sep 2014. Normally a Customer with a recent transactions such as this would not be deleted, however we have used this customer and transaction simply to illustrate how previously recorded transactions will be affected when the Customer Card is deleted.

Firstly we created a new Customer Card to act as a Replacement Card and this was called 'ZZDeleted Cust'. Cards Remover will replace all MYOB references linked to 'Leisure Landscape Nursery' and replace them with 'ZZDeleted Cus't. The first image shows how the transaction will appear in the Transaction Journal (the receive payment side):

Transaction Journal

The relevant transaction is the first one shown above, and you will notice there are no changes here - the Transactions Journal still refers to the transaction based on the Receive Payment Memo which does not change.

If you click on the arrow to the left of the transaction, this will open the Receive Payment transaction, which will appear as below:

Receive Payments

As you can see, the Customer is now showing as 'ZZDeleted Cust' instead of 'Leisure Landscape Nurseries'.

If you click on the arrow next to the Closed invoice #00000041, the Find Transactions window will appear as below:

Find Transactions

The Find Transaction Windows displays the original Memo information which identifies the original Customer. If you click on the arrow to the left of ID# 00000041, the Sale Invoice will appear as below:

Invoice

Again you will notice the Customer is showing as ZZDeleted, however all the other identifying elements, (for example Shipping address, Journal Memo still all refer to the original Customer.

There are no changes to the transactions, the accounts, the balances, etc, all remains as it was, simply the reference to the original customer is replaced with a Replacement Card, in this case 'ZZDeleted Cust'.

The transactions of every Customer/Supplier/Employee you delete will be treated in the same way. They will all now show the name of the 1 Replacement Card, however all the other identifying elements will remain, should you need to track down the original Card.

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