How to post an Adjustment in SIMS
To post an Adjustment of Stock in SIMS:
- Go to Main > Adjustments > Adjustment Add or Deduct.
- Press the + Sign to input a Stock Card.
- Type ? in the 'Stock Code' field.
- Another window will pop up to search the Stock Card, double-click on the Stock Card.
- Press Tab on the keyboard to select from which Location you want to reflect the Adjustment.
- Press Tab again twice to select an 'Analysis' (you can leave this empty). Once you have chosen the Analysis code required, press Enter.
- Enter the amount to be adjusted in 'Quantity'.
- Once done, press Enter and Escape on your keyboard to Post & Update.
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Error: No accounting details for code when exporting from SIMS to SFM
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