Remove Values from a Field in Multiple Entries Using Global Edit

Updated 1 year ago by Celina Kwan

To complete this procedure, you must have the Allow Global Edit privilege.

You can use the Global Edit command to remove values from specific fields in multiple entries at a time. For fields that can take multiple values, you can select the specific values to remove from the fields. For most other fields, you can choose to remove all content from the fields.

  1. Create a list of entries to modify.

– or –

In the current list, select the entries you want to modify.

  • Click the checkbox to the left of entries.
  1. Select Edit > Global Edit.
  1. Locate the field(s).
  • If you are removing values from a basic field, locate the field in the Basic Fields tab.
  • If you are removing values from a user-defined field, select the User-Defined Fields tab and locate the field.
  • If you are removing values from any other system field, select a Key Fields list that contains the field.
  1. Select Remove and select the specific values to remove from the field.
  • For single-value system fields, click the drop-down menu and select Remove/Clear.
  • For multiple-value system fields, select the specific values to remove from the fields.
  • For single-value user-defined fields, click the drop-down menu and select Remove/Clear.
  • For multiple-value table user-defined fields, click the drop down menu and select Remove, then select the specific values to remove from the fields.
  1. Click OK to save the changes.

You are prompted with a message to verify that you want to continue with the operation.

  1. Click OK to run the global edit.


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