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  1. Unfortunately the software does not show the custom fields in any reports. When you name a custom field, the only place it shows is in the "Item Details" window.
  2. I think I know what Zico is referring to. If you receive stock of an item and the quantity is 1,000 or greater, Inventoria software will not allow you to delete that record. Yet, it removes that quantity from your inventory, so your inventory values can go negative. Same thing with sales history. If you sell 1,000qty or more of an item, you can't delete the sales record. You can delete any record with a quantity of 999 or less. This is definitely a bug that should be fixed. I have sent in a bug report to the developers and also created a support ticket for this. NCH Software has responded
  3. I have found a solution to this problem. Although it is not ideal, and the user must make calculations to adjust the price, but at least it may help some people. I think it is a better solution than having multiple listings for the same item with different prices. The best solution is if the program did this calculation automatically. This is called a weighted average and gives you the actual dollar value of your inventory when you have price changes. Take the previous inventory value of the item and add it to the value of the new purchase Divide that total by the total quanti
  4. Nevermind, found it. For anyone curious about this, go to "View Orders" under the drop-down box "Display Orders" select "Draft". You can then select a previously saved purchase order draft and edit it as needed.
  5. When you create a new purchase order, at the bottom, there is the option to "Save as draft". Once you save it as a draft, where do go to open up saved drafts? I can't find this anywhere in the software.
  6. It seems the limitation is after 1 month of the trial period, you can no longer add new items to your inventory. There may be other limitations, but this is what I noticed.
  7. Click "View Receive History" Select the order you accidentally received in full Select Delete, then confirm. This will undo your action of receiving the order You can now go into "Receive Stock", select the purchase order, and select only the items you want to receive. You can also go into "View Orders" and make any changes to that purchase order, or receive it in that screen. Be aware if you receive it in the "View Orders" screen it will mark it as receiving the complete order. Use the "Receive Stock" screen to receive partial orders.
  8. Does anyone know the limitations of the unlicensed version? Is it restricted to a specific number of items, or a limited trial period? Thanks!
  9. The BOM (Bill Of Materials) has one major flaw in this software. When you create a new item that is made up of other items using the BOM, you can't input how many of those new items you made. For example: ItemA = 100pcs ItemB = 200pcs ItemC is made of 1 ItemA and 1 ItemB. When you generate the BOM, the main screen with all items will show: ItemA = 100pcs ItemB = 200pcs ItemC = 100pcs The flaw is these numbers reflect how many of ItemC you CAN make, not how many you HAVE made. Because you only have 100pcs of ItemA, the most of ItemC you can make is 100pcs
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    Agreed, why have this feature? Having the bill of materials doesn't make sense to create a new item that is made up of other items without having the inventory of those items automatically deducted when the new item is made. If a "boxed" item is made of other items, those items should be automatically deducted to make up the "boxed" item as soon as the "boxed" item is made. You should be able to input how many of the "boxed" items you have made, and those quantities are automatically deducted from the other items.
  11. It would be a good feature to have the inventory for the items automatically decrease when used to create a bundle. I create a bundled item, called "A" It uses a bill of materials of items "B" and "C". My inventory for item B = 5, and item C = 5. When I create item A, and have 1 in inventory, the program should automatically deduct 1 from B and 1 from C. Inventory for these items should now show B = 4 and C = 4. The software needs to allow the user to input how many of the bundled items they have made.
  12. I have the same question/problem. The Bill Of Materials is a great option to use to combine items into one new item, but it does not reduce the stock of the items when the bundled item is made. Inventory numbers are only deducted when the item is sold. Also, you can't specify how many of the bundled items you have made. The main items screen only displays how many of the bundled items you can make.
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