1.3.1: How to Post Opening Balance of Customers.3 Views •
1.3.2: How to Post Opening Balances for Suppliers.3 Views •
1.5.4: How to Record Cash Transactions and Reconcile Journal Entries.3 Views •
1.5.2 How to Record Transactions and Reconcile Journal Entries.2 Views •
1.5.3.How to Reconcile Journal Entries.2 Views •
1.5: How to Create a Bank Statement.2 Views •
1.4: How to Create Bank Account2 Views •
1.6.2: How to View Tax Report.2 Views •
Overview1 Views •
1.1: How to Create a Journal.1 Views •
1.4.1: How to Create Bank Opening Balance.1 Views •
1.2: How to Create a Chart of Accounts.1 Views •
1.5.1: How to Record Transactions in a Bank Statement.1 Views •
1.3: How to Create Journal Entries.1 Views •
3.6.1 Receipts0 Views •
2.3.4: How to Create a Backorder.0 Views •
2.5: How to Return Purchased Goods.0 Views •
3.1: Valuation Based on Number of Quantity of Products.0 Views •
3.4: Creating a Warehouse.0 Views •
3.9: Batch Picking0 Views •
How to scrap products.
To do this follow the following steps:
Step 1. Open the specific purchase order that you wish to scrap products from. Click the receipt button as shown below.
Step 2. On the page that opens up, click on the scrap button as shown below.
Step 3. On the page that opens up, type the amount of product you are scrapping and then click on the return button as shown below.
Step 4. On the page that opens, click on the validate button as shown below.
The page that opens up, shows the details of the product that has been scrapped as shown below. The source document for the scrapped products will always have the abbreviation as follows WH/OUT/ as shown below.
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