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.. .. Menus and Tabs

.. .. New Item
.. .. List/View/Edit
.. .. Item Vendors

.. .. New Assembly
.. .. List/View/Edit

.. .. Assembly Types

Customer Orders
.. .. New Customer Order
.. .. List/View/Edit

.. .. Delivery/Shipping

Purchase Orders
.. .. Item Vendors
.. .. New Purchase Order
.. .. List/View/Edit 
.. .. Goods Receiving
.. .. Advanced

Works Orders
.. .. Introduction
.. .. New Works Order
.. .. Editing/Processing

.. .. New Contact
.. .. List/View/Edit

.. .. MRP Shortage Forecast
.. .. Shortage Snapshot

.. .. Backup/Restore


Receiving from vendor (Goods In)

From the main menu select [List Purchase Orders] - we've circled it in the image below. and a list appears showing all purchase orders that have not been completed (orders that you have not received yet).

To the left of each purchase order is a small [>] arrow button. Click that and then select 'Goods In' from the menu (shown in the image above)

A window appears showing the items of that purchase order. - See below



It shows the original order quantity and also another column [Receive Now]. In this column enter the quantity received.

Your vendor may supply a lower, or even a higher quantity so your received quantities do not need to match the original order quantity. For example if your vendor supplied a lower quantity you can come back to this form any time in future and receive more items against the same purchase order

Enter your received quantities. Enter a reference or GRN number if required and then click the save button

You may have noticed that the item in our example is supplied in a box containing 1000 and we're receiving 5 boxes. When we click the save button our on-hand inventory will automatically increase by 5000 !

if you prefer to process your items as single units rather than larger UOMs then of course miniMrp can do that too.