a. No. of unit required: The user will mention that how many units of the product needs to be maintained in the software. Suppose, mention '2'.
b. Set unit wise Sale/Purchase Rate: If the user need to set the software should pick the rate of items (at the time of billing) according to its unit then select 'Y' otherwise keep the option as 'No'. Suppose select Yes'.
c. Set Default Sale/Purchase Rate: If user needs to specify the default rates of the items then select the option as 'Yes' otherwise the keep the option as 'No'.
d. Calculate Volume Discount in: This option specifies on which unit the software will calculate the volume discount i.e. on first unit or on second.
e. Stock Report unit: This option specifies that in which unit the stock in reports needs to be displayed.
f. Enter Conversion Factor at billing: At the time of billing, if the user wat Unit-1 to be in decimal point, then the user needs to select this option to 'Y'.
g. Rate in unit: This option specifies that whether the software will pick the rate of the item in unit-1/2 or will ask at the time of billing.
h. First wait in unit: This option specifies where the mouse cursor is to be placed first and in which unit at the time of billing.
i. Stock Show in unit: This option is used to display the stock in selected unit of item.
After following the above steps, the multi unit option will get enabled in Marg Books.
a. Product: Enter the name of the product. Suppose Entered 'Crocin'.
b. Unit 1: Enter the first unit of the item. i.e. PCS, BOX.
c. Unit 2: Enter the second unit of the item. i.e. PCS, BOX.
d. Conversion: Enter the conversion rate of item for loose case billing. Suppose, entered '10'.
e. Unit in Decimal: Select the 'Yes' from the decimal drop down list if the user want to sell the loose quantity of the item; otherwise, select the 'No' option. Suppose, select 'Yes'.
Now the user will save the item by clicking on the 'Save' tab.
Box Rate- 100
No of PCs =5
Final Amount= Rs 50 (No. of PCs * Cost of 1 pc)
After making the sale entry, the total stock is displayed as 991:0. It means currently we are having total 991 boxes in the stock of the item.