Adding and deleting rows
You will need to add product rows when you first setup Bar Cop with your master lists of products and in the future when you add new products to your inventory or delete rows when you remove products from your stock. To do this, you will use the "Add" and "Delete" buttons located on the top right side in each category setup section.
Let's learn how to add a row(s):
To add a row(s) in product setup, the first step is selecting a cell in the product name column where you want the rows to go. A row will always be added under the selected cell. You can select any cell from the first product row to the last product row.
Once you have selected a cell in the product name column, click the "Add" button. The add row(s) dialog box will open. Enter the number of rows that you want to add. For example: If you have 120 liquor products, when first setting up the program you might want to add 110 rows to get started (Bar Cop comes standard with 20 rows already in each section). Or you can add one row at a time as you enter a new product. That is up to you.
Now let's add a row between products.
When you add a new product to your inventory, you will want to add that product in the right order (in product setup we recommend putting your products in alphabetical order). To do this, select the product name above where you want to add the new row and click the "Add" button, enter 1 to add one row, and then click "Add" in the dialog box.
The new row has now been added underneath the selected product name and ready for you to enter the new product data.
Let's learn how to delete a row:
To delete a row in product setup, the first step is selecting the cell in the product name column of the row that you want to delete. Once you have selected the product row that you want to delete, click the "Delete" button and the delete row dialog box will open. Unlike adding rows, you can only delete one row at a time.
When you are ready to delete the row, click "Delete" in the dialog box and that product row will be deleted.Have any questions? Comment below or contact us. Ready for better inventory management? Get Started Free →