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Extra Tags in Cycle count

Extra Tags in Cycle count

Extra Tags in Cycle count

I'm in a position of differing opinion on Macola Progression 7.7.4....

1. Extra tags? Can I have the same item_no on multiple tags, ie. item 02001 tag 400 - count qty = 40, tag 409 count quantity = 60 and it will tally it up to 100 total?

2. If I zero out all the originally created tag numbers, (with frx Qty on hand attached to them) and only use the extra tags for the count, is this an issue? I seem to have had problems with this posting strange amounts.... should I not do this and follow the advice from exact about creating a batch, then deleting this so I can use my pre-printed tags?

(I zeroed out the original tag numbers using a query)

3. I noticed the scanners increment tag count numbers, as opposed to Macola proper, which actually over-writes the tag count quantities.

Thx in advance to anyone with answers....

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