Until a few days ago, the worksheet did not exist. For now, if you are calculating depreciation from acquisition cost (such as when using the straight-line method), calculating and entering manually is your only choice. But that is going to change.
This is incorrect. The depreciation rate should be the annual depreciation percentage. For an asset with a 5-year useful life, you would use 20% for straight-line depreciation. In fact, however, if you are calculating manually, you do not need to enter anything. The depreciation rate is used only by the worksheet.
So, since you are not using the declining balance method, you should not use the worksheet. Nevertheless, no matter whether you created your depreciation entry manually or automatically, the numbers on it should show up on the P&L in the Fixed assets - depreciation account. You did not specify how you created that entry, button of the numbers match the worksheet you showed. How are they related?
It is not possible to tell whether you Fixed Assets tab listing is correct, because you presumably had prior depreciation entered from prior months. And you did not say when in the process this screen shot was captured. Due your obscurations, I can’t tell anything definitive, but the asset with the 25,426.50 acquisition cost has no depreciation recorded against it, so it looks like the last screen shot came before the 10/31/2019 depreciation entry. Did it?