You might need to delete an imported electronic bank statement for a number of reasons, including:
you’ve imported the statement to the wrong MYOB bank account
you’ve imported the wrong statement
you've imported a statement containing the wrong date range
Some things to note:
You can't delete individual bank statement transactions.
You can't delete bank statements from a period that contains locked transactions (to do this you'll first need to unlock the transactions before deleting them).
If you re-import a deleted bank statement, you'll need to allocate or match the transactions.
From the Banking menu, choose Bank transactions.
Click Import statements. The Bank statement import history page appears.
Choose the Bank account the statement was imported into.
Click the delete icon for the statement you want to delete.
At the confirmation message, click Delete. The statement is deleted, and the bank transactions are removed from MYOB.
If you have duplicated transactions, it's likely caused by importing a bank statement which includes transactions which have already been brought into MYOB via bank feeds.
To fix this:
Delete the imported bank statement as described above.
Download a new bank statement from your bank, ensuring the date range doesn't include transactions already in MYOB.
Bank transactions brought into MYOB via imported statements represent the transactions which actually occurred in your bank account. This means you're unable to delete any of the entries shown. But if there's a corresponding transaction in MYOB, this transaction can be deleted.
See these topics for more details.