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Answer / kranthioracle
there are two types of roll back
1. roll back at depreciation level
this will undo the depreciation for that period which u
have runned depreciation previously. simply getting back
into normal position.
NOTE: You cannot run roll back once u closed the period.
2. roll back journal entries
this also works the same as above but it iwll bring back
all the journal entries from general ledger which u have
posted by (running standard journal entries from JOURNAL
ENTRIES FORM )
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Answer / aravind reddy
roll back mean geting back the depreciation into normal
position after running depreciation without closing period
if we run depreciation without roll back it gives double
effect to the depreciation account
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