Order Pick List
The Order Pick List is
generated whenever you request a pick list based upon open orders. This
pick list can then be readily converted to a purchase order. There are
two ways you can generate an Order Pick List:
An Order Pick list can be generated for a single
order using the Pick List selection
in the Order Options dialog box. When you choose this option, Manager
scans the order for committed parts and builds the Pick List.
An Order Pick list can be generated for all open
orders, using the Pick List from Orders
option in the Purchase Orders dialog box. When you make this selection,
Manager scans all orders for committed parts and builds the Pick List.
To convert the Order Pick List
to a Purchase Order:
Create a pick list using either of the two methods
The Order Pick List dialog box displays.
Select a View option, if desired.
You can choose to view only committed parts with a
quantity to order greater than zero. This is the default view. Choose
this option if you wish to build your purchase order with parts that
are either out of stock, or that need to be reordered based upon a
re-order point calculation.
You can choose to view all committed parts. Choose
this option if you wish to look at all committed parts in building your
When you view all committed parts, the parts that
are in stock or already on order appear in a different color.
Highlight the parts you wish to tag.
You can select a single part by clicking on it with
your mouse pointer, or you can highlight a range of parts by clicking
your mouse pointer on the first part, and holding down the left mouse
button with your index finger, "dragging" the mouse pointer to select
additional part numbers.
A '+' appears in the '+'
Tag column of the grid, indicating that the part has been
selected for inclusion in the purchase order.
The Purchase Order Worksheet opens, with the part(s)
you selected displayed in the worksheet grid.
Detail for Part