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Computer rounding quantities off

Computer rounding quantities off

Computer rounding quantities off

We have a problem.. when we create an inventory item with the unit cost as per thousand, when the customer orders let's say 500 pieces we then enter the order as .500 in the quantity field so that the proper cost is being calculated. However when we print the invoice, it prints as 1,000. Why is that happening and how can we stop it. If you pull up the sales order it shows as .500 but not printing that way.

RE: Computer rounding quantities off

Check the formatting on the field.

RE: Computer rounding quantities off

Big Louie,
How do I do that? check the formatting...  

RE: Computer rounding quantities off

What version of MAS are you on?  Recent versions have the forms based on Crystal. If your forms are Crystal based then just open them in the Crystal designer, select the field and then right click format the field.

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