If the Delete button is not visible on the toolbar, the security role A defined set of privileges. The security role assigned to a user determines which tasks the user can perform and which parts of the user interface the user can view. All users must be assigned at least one security role in order to access the system. assigned to your account does not have permission to delete this type of record. To check your permissions for a specific record, open the record, click the File menu button , and then click Properties.
If you are deleting a record that has child records Records in a hierarchical relationship with a parent record where a reference to the parent record is stored in the record. One parent record can be related to many child records. Child records have lookup fields in the form to allow them to be related to a parent record., you can delete it only if you also have permission to delete any child records.
By default, the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Web application displays 50 records per page. You can increase the number of records displayed and thereby increase the number of records you can select at one time. To display up to a maximum of 250 records per page:
On the Tools menu, click Options.
On the General tab, in the Records Per Page list, select the number of records to display per page.
This changes the number of items that is displayed for all lists, which may slow response time when you switch record types. Therefore, you might want to set it back to a smaller number when you are done with this bulk action.
On the Actions toolbar, click the Delete button .
If you are deleting accounts or contacts, you have the option to deactivate To make a record unavailable for updating (read-only) while maintaining the data. This is usually preferable to deleting a record, which removes all data. the record instead of deleting it. In the Delete Confirmation dialog box, to delete the record, click Delete, or to deactivate it, click Deactivate.
For other record types, in the Confirm Deletion dialog box, click OK.
When you delete a record, all its relationships to other records are also deleted.
If the record has child records Records in a hierarchical relationship with a parent record where a reference to the parent record is stored in the record. One parent record can be related to many child records. Child records have lookup fields in the form to allow them to be related to a parent record., and you have permission to delete the child records, the child records will also be deleted.