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Inventory Count Sheet

 

 

 

Definition

 

The Inventory Count Sheet Report is designed to help user a convenient way to conduct Stock Counting.

 

Fields explained in Inventory Count Sheet Report

 

1.Company Name: Company Name and Logo will stay at top right corner, followed with pre-saved physical address.

2.Created Date is the date this report was generated.

3.ABN: This will be extracted from saved company information.

4.Email: This will be extracted from saved company information.

5.Reference No: This is the unique transaction reference number for each transaction.

6.Type: This is the Transaction Type for inventory item, such as Purchase, Sales etc.

7.Transaction Date is the date of transaction generated.

8.Memo:  This will by default load the memo description filled while generating the transaction.

9.Debit: This is the amount of increased current value before tax in any transaction on inventory item, which should include Open Purchase Bill, Closed Purchased Bill, Debit Note, Open sales Invoice, Closed Sale Invoice, Credit Note, Build Inventory, and Inventory Adjustment, excluding any orders.

10.Credit: This is the amount of decreased current value before tax in any transaction on inventory item, which should include Open Purchase Bill, Closed Purchased Bill, Debit Note, Open sales Invoice, Closed Sale Invoice, Credit Note, Build Inventory, and Inventory Adjustment, excluding any orders.

11.”Created from Q6 www.q6.com.au” will show at bottom left corner.

12.By default the report shows all inventory transactions.

13.However, user can generate the report on specific date range, or individual Inventory Item, or Supplier by selecting from top banner.

 

 

 

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