Bulk delete SKUs in Magento Admin Panel

Hi everyone,

I'm trying to find a way to delete a whole list of products in the Magento Admin Panel. In the admin, you can go into "Catalog" then "Manage Products" and you can type in a SKU to bring up one product at a time to delete. My problem is that I need to delete a large amount of SKUs at one time. The SKUs that I would want to delete would all be associated with the same supplier name. I noticed that you can filter by an attribute set name. I'm not sure how attributes or attribute sets works so can anyone tell me if this would help me with my bulk delete?

I'm not sure if you can associate different products with an attribute set name and then filter by that attribute set so that all relevant SKUs are available for a bulk delete.

I'd really appreciate any advice.
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lenamtlCommented:
Hi,

Advanced Admin Products Manager was one of the best for bulk product actions.
I don't know if it could do what you need, you can check with the dev.
http://www.iksanika.com/products/advanced_admin_products_manager.html

Another tool is Magmi
http://wiki.magmi.org/index.php?title=Main_Page
http://sourceforge.net/projects/magmi/

http://www.adrikodde.nl/blog/2013/how-delete-magento-products-magmi/

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gwh2Author Commented:
Thanks for the information. The Magmi tool is probably the one to use. Really appreciate your help.
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