Input Offset Edit Window
This window is used to create or edit an input inventory offset which can be used to adjust inventory levels for an item. For example this is the only way to get new inputs you have bought into the inventory system. You could also use it to sell inputs or when you take a physical inventory and need to make an adjustment. See the Inventory section of Core Concepts for more information.
- Offset Date. Enter the date of the offset.
- Input. Enter the input that is affected by the offset.
- Location. Enter the location where this offset happened at.
- Offset Type. To record inventory you have purchased, choose Arriving. To record inventory that you have sold, choose Leaving. If you have taken a physical inventory and need to adjust the inventory levels by a certain amount to bring them in line with reality, choose Adjustment.
- Quantity. Enter the quantity of the offset. Arriving and Leaving offsets are always positive values, but an Adjustment can be either positive or negative.
- Linked Contact. If you would like to record who purchased or sold the items represented with this offset, you can enter a contact here.
Pricing Override Options
Normally Fusion will assume the same price as set up in the attributes area of Fusion for the amount of this offset, but you can override that price just for this offset for the cost, market value, and bill at pricing.
- Total Cost. Turn this on and supply a total dollar figure to override the cost value for this offset.
- Total Market Value. Turn this on and supply a total dollar figure to override the market value value for this offset.
- Total Bill At. Turn this on and supply a total dollar figure to override the bill at value for this offset
You can enter a note regarding this offset here if you like.
Click the Save button to save your changes. If you change your mind, click the Cancel button to cancel your changes.
You can open this window by going to or by creating or editing an offset from the Input Offset List window.