How do I cancel a pending order?

How do I cancel a pending order?

For Single order cancellation, follow below steps: 

Step. 1. Click on orders tab
Step. 2. Select the pending order from order book which you want to cancel
Step. 3. Click on cancel button
Step. 4. A cancellation confirmation window will open
Step. 5. Click on confirm to cancel the order
 
For all pending order cancellation, follow the below steps:

Step. 1. Click on orders tab
Step. 2. Click on cancel all button
Step. 3. A cancellation confirmation window will open which will have all the orders which will be canceled in a single click
Step. 4. Click on confirm to cancel all the pending order
 
NoteCover and bracket order pending legs (target profit and stop loss) are not allowed to be canceled hence are excluded
 


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