best seller report


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J Wray

Hi-
I need a report that has the following-item #, description, cost, retail
price, qty sold (rolled up so all the items sold that day or week with that
description total), qty on-hand(by store not total chain wide).
Thank you in advance for any help!
 
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J

J Wray

hi-
this is all the information i need. i see that the sales are run by zip
code. is there anyway instead of zip cod they could be run by the store's
name/code?
thank you!
 
J

J Wray

Hi-
The zip code feature is not helpful. I saved it in HQ as you directed This
report has everything I need but I still cannot see sales per store. We have
four stores and I want to be able to run their sales seperately and see their
onhands and rolled up sales qty and costs. Basically this report is perfect
if I could see which stores are selling it.
Thank you for your help,
Betsy
 
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Jeff

Betsy,

The zip code feature is very helpful if one wishes to see where their sales
are coming from and you know how to manipulate the report.

Attached is an updated version of the report as the old version was giving
wrong info about the store's on-hand quantities and some totals were
averaged instead of actual.

What does "rolled up" mean to you, that doesn't seem to be in my dictionary.
If you mean "Totaled", then drag the ILC column to the left, so that its the
very first column, each ILC is now "Totaled". Now if you _only_ want to see
totals, click on the 8th icon on the top to Collapse All Groups.




Hi-
The zip code feature is not helpful. I saved it in HQ as you directed This
report has everything I need but I still cannot see sales per store. We have
four stores and I want to be able to run their sales seperately and see
their
onhands and rolled up sales qty and costs. Basically this report is perfect
if I could see which stores are selling it.
Thank you for your help,
Betsy
 

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