Pricing Increases

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cmaclean
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Pricing Increases

Post by cmaclean » Wed 01 Feb, 2017 1:56 am

Hi Fellow framers

What is the best and easiest way in Estlite to increase the prices of all the materials by 15%. All my suppliers have put their prices up again and I need to pass some of them on. I know you will know the answer.
Cheers and thanks
Campbell

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Re: Pricing Increases

Post by JohnMcafee » Wed 01 Feb, 2017 3:03 pm

In EstLite Version 8.51 or later


Options>Prices
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You can select All from the drop-down list, or choose the frame elements individually.


Table of Stocked Mouldings
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Note: EstLite has the ability to automatically update your moulding prices if it has access to your suppliers' current price list. Perhaps your suppliers in NZ would be interested in providing you with this service. PM or email me if you would like to explore this option.
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cmaclean
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Re: Pricing Increases

Post by cmaclean » Fri 03 Feb, 2017 9:18 am

Thanks John
I've upgraded to 8.5.1 and it all works as you said it would. I get the *.csv files from my suppliers and update their prices manually. I add the moulding prices for the mouldings as I use them, so that works quite well for me. Thanks again for your help on this one.
Cheers Campbell

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