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Selecting an Item Group
Overview Selecting an Item Group is an essential function for defining your Item Characteristics. The Item Group will define whether the item will be tracked in inventory, and how it will be represented in your accounting books (i.e. Inventory part...
Adding an Item
Overview Any individual article or unit you buy, sell or use is considered an Item .  Items are the backbone of your company and they can be a service, a collection of items - Kit , an assembly , a regular part, a non inventory.  Add...
Item Details
Overview More details can be added to an Item to help complete and round up that Item's record. This article will you walk through the steps of adding more details.    Details You can bring up the item and add more i...
Assembly and Creating a Bill of Materials
Overview As mentioned, a kit is different than an assembly in that the Kit itself is not an item, whereas the assembly is an item. But what if you want to allow the components of the bill of materials to change at the order time? For example, a mak...
Kit and Configurable Bill of Materials
Overview Kits  are used to sell a group of items together. A kit is different than an assembly in that the Kit itself is not an item, whereas the assembly is an item . In other words, when you ship a kit, you are actually shipping the indivi...
Style Editor
Overview A Style Editor is used to manage variations where an item has various attributes; however, you do not want to create an item number for each individual attribute.  For example, a clothing manufacturer produces a t-shirt in 4 different...
Item Barcodes in Order Time
Order Time allows you to set up unique barcodes that can be used to streamline your process and avoid scanning multiple individual barcodes if a barcode on the outer packaging exists letting the system exactly how many units there are inside. You ca...