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Master inventory product price changes with new order

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    Master inventory product price changes with new order

    I am using the sample spreadsheet that user highbarger provided on April 4, 2011. I added unit costs to the spreadsheet along with other columns. The cost for some products changes with the supplier with new purchases. Is there a formula I can use determine which unit cost to use? I know the number of each product in the master inventory prior to the purchase, so when the total count left in inventory gets to that number, I can change the unit cost to the new price.

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    Re: Master inventory product price changes with new order

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    Re: Master inventory product price changes with new order

    Here is my wookbook. It is for a non-profit organization that I keep track of their inventory. On the Master Inventory sheet, several of the items in the column UNIT COST changed with a new purchase order. Since we still have some of these items in stock, I can't just change the number and if I just change it, it will affect the SALES sheet and the individual monthly sales sheets (SALE 2013-xx). So I need to have a way to determine if the item purchased is from the new purchase order or the previous one. Thanks fo your help.
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