Inventory can be done in many ways. For example, Breakfast counts up how many have been sold from a given time period.

Lunch: you start out with a given number of items then it counts down how many have been sold.

Dinner is a combination of both methods. The Bar only has a few items accounted for.

Happy Hour uses percentages of items sold.

You can account for very detailed percentages of bottles used for Spirits.

If the item is a

If each martini uses 3 ounces of vodka, then the percentage of use would be '.125' or twelve and a half percent of the bottle = (8) 3oz pours.

If each martini uses 2 1/2 ounces of vodka, then the percentage of use would be '.10' or ten percent of the bottle = (10) 2 1/2oz pours.

If you use 1 1/2 ounces, the usage would be '.06' or six percent of the bottle = (17) 1 1/2oz pours.

If each martini uses 3 ounces of vodka, then the percentage of use would be '.09' or nine percent of the bottle = (11) 3oz pours.

If each martini uses 2 1/2 ounces of vodka, then the percentage of use would be '.08' or eight percent of the bottle = (13) 2 1/2oz pours.

If you use 1 1/2 ounces, the usage would be '.045' or 4.5 percent of the bottle = (22) 1 1/2oz pours.

If you are editing a single use item like a

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Food units can be 'reciped out' but it is impractical because of its complexity in making an item. But it will give an account of how many food items were sold. You can make all of the items have the same recipe in the column by using the

Clicking on this button UPDATES and SAVES your inputs from the last update 'DATE' through the update (yesterday) 'DATE'. The default date is 'yesterday' assuming that you will update from the previously completed day.

To add inventory, you, for example, bought a bottle of wine, type in the new amount under that name and click the 'Update Inventory' button.

When your stock is running low, or 1 - 2 units, the background color turns pink. When your stock is less than 1 unit, it turns red.

This deletes all of your amounts under the active catagory but leaves the unit amounts and recipes.

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