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Asset acquisition post also cumulated depreciation

Dear Guru's,

I want to post an acquistion: where I want to post an acquisiton where I combine the Original acquisition (balance sheet) the cumulated depreciation (cumulated balance sheet) against the offsetting clearing account:

So accounting wise:

Debit : Acquisition Account (Asset Reconciliation account) 1000

Credit Cumulated depreciation Account (Asset reconciliation account) 300

Credit balance clearing clearing account 700

In SAP ECC it was possible to enter the cumulated depreciation via ABZO (a pop-up screen appeared).

In S4 as far as I see this is not possible anymore since ABZO is not supported anymore and the transaction is replaced by ABZOL or ABZON) :

Anybody a suggestion?

The only solution I see is via a journal entry or via ABLDT, but this not workable, since this kind of posting happens during the year on a regular basis.

Best regards,

Wouter Vanhoutte

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    Posted on Oct 29, 2019 at 12:20 PM

    thanks for your reply but it was not the intention to replace the G/L account but I want to enter at the same time the cumulated depreciation and other values like for instance investment support amounts.

    This works via AB01L and movement type 147. So I found the solution my self.

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  • Posted on Oct 15, 2019 at 11:41 AM

    Have you tried transaction ABSO? Second screen will allow you to enter desired GL


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