OrderFTP User`s Guide
OrderFTP User’s Guide
You can scan either Richmond Master Shelf Labels or the UPC from the product.
To specify quantities to order either scan the item the desired number of times.
For example if you want 3 cartons of Marlboros, scan the shelf label or UPC 3
times. The other method of specifying quantities is to use the quantity card
supplied. To use the quantity card, first scan the item’s shelf label or UPC, next
scan the quantity card barcode next to the number you want to order.
For example if you want to order 10 cartons of Marlboros, scan the item’s shelf
label or UPC then scan the barcode next to the 10 on the quantity card. If you
want to order 15 cartons, this can be done by scanning the item’s label or UPC
then scanning the 10 and then the 5 on the quantity card.
Read Scanner Button – This button will read the items from the scanner.
View Order Button – Opens up the current order form.
Close Button – Closes the program
Clear Scanner Button – Clears all information from Scanner
Update Items Button – Updates local database of Items
Bar Codes Read – Shows number of Items read from scanner
Account Info – Shows account # and Name for order.
Purchase Order # -- Enter a PO# if you would like one associated with order.
This window displays status of the program, such as if an order was sent.
Once you have scanned all Items for the order and have connected the scanner to
the computer. Start the RMDOrderFtp program. If you have multiple accounts
setup you can select which account you are creating the order for by clicking on
the drop down list
. If you only have one account setup verify that the
Account # and Name are correct. If you would like a Purchase Order # associated
with the order you can enter it in box
. Push the read scanner button
scanner will make several beeping noises and the box
, the
will update with the
number of items read from the scanner and the Order form will open up and
display all the items for the current order.
Order form Screen:
Order Detail – Displays the item info and Quantity you would like to order.
Search Tool – You can search for an Item if you don’t have UPC or Item #.
Clear Button – This will delete all items from current order.
Print Button – This will print the current order.
Send Button – This will send the current order.
Close Button – This will close the Order form.
You can review the current order in this screen and make adjustments as
necessary in area
. You can manually adjust the quantity you wish to order or
manually enter an item you may have missed by entering in a valid RM Item # and
entering a quantity. Also you can search for an Item by description in area
you do not know the RM Item #. You can also delete a line from the order by
clicking just to the left of the RM Item #, the line will highlight in black and you
can press the delete key on your keyboard and the line will be removed. The
status field on the lines will show a X if the item is discontinued, you will not
receive this item. An S will appear if the item is a substitute for another item #.
A D will appear if the item is set to be discontinued in the future. Once your order
is complete you can Print
your order, or send
your order. Once you send
your order you will see a message that your order was received and the
transmission dialog area
will say Order sent and verified.
The scanner can only hold around 100 items. If the scanner becomes full it will
give you several long beeps when you try to scan another item. You will need to
connect the scanner to the computer and do the Read Scanner. If you have more
items to scan you can close the Order form when it pops open then disconnect
the scanner and scan remaining items then connect the scanner again and Do the
Read Scanner and you should have the remaining items added into your order.
If your order has a lot of Items that say “UNKNOWN” in the description, you need
to do the Update Items.
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