20) Receiving Quantities in an “Over-Receipts” Condition

Let’s assume that you have just received materials on a purchase order for which all quantities have been received.

Here are the facts for this scenario:

  • The vendor is McJunkin Corporation.
  • The purchase order number is “DY15298.”
  • You have received 2 each, ¾” nipples.

Let’s assume for this scenario that you have already accessed the “Material Receipts” screen for this purchase order. To record the receipt of the additional materials:

  • In the “Receipt Quantity” column, click on the cell for the line for which materials were received.
  • Type in the quantity received, in this case, “2.”
  • Click on the “Update” button.
  • Click on the “X” in the upper right corner to close the “Material Receipts” screen.

The figure below shows the “Material Receipts” screen after typing in the quantity received and clicking on the “Update” button.

Material Receipts Contents
    1) Materials Receipts Access
    2) The “Open Material Receipts” Dialogue Box
    3) Opening a Purchase Order for Material Receipts
    4) The Material Receipts Screen
    5) Additional Material Receipts Information
    6) Receiving the Materials
    7) Receiving the Materials
    8) New Receipts
    9) Selecting a PO to Record Material Receipts Using the Drop Down Box
    10) Purchase Orders Number List
    11) WIN$ brings the Purchase Order Number Forward
    12) WIN$ Returns The Material Receipts Screen
    13) Selecting a PO to Record Material Receipts Using Vendor and PO Tab
    14) Selecting a Vendor from the Vendors List
    15) WIN$ returns the Vendor Name
    16) Receiving All the items in the Material Receipts Screen
    17) Updating the Database with the Receipt Quantities
    18) New Receipts
    19) Different Methods of Viewing Receipts
    20) Receiving Quantities in an “Over-Receipts” Condition