(Use this method to Return an Inventory Item that was issued out of Inventory and is now being returned)
Generate a “Good Receipt”

1. Log Into SAP

2. Select “Inventory”

3. Select “Inventory Transactions”

4. Select “Good Receipt” (See Figure: 1)

Figure 1: Goods Receipt Window - SAP Business One

5. The Goods Receipt Number is automatically generated

6. Select the proper drop down option for “Series” or leave at default option

7. Enter the “Posting Date” and “Document Date” (or it will default to today’s date)

8. Select the appropriate drop down option for “Price List” or leave at default

9. Enter a Journal Entry Note in the “Ref. 2” field (optional)

10. Enter the “Item No.” being returned or select tab to pull up a “List of Items”

11. Enter the “Quantity” of items being returned

12. The Price will default to the Price List you previously selected in Step 8 (but can be re-entered)

13. Enter “Remarks” for any special notes

See Figure: 2 for Example of completed fields

Figure 2: Goods Receipt Window - SAP Business One

14. Select “Add”

15. “Serial Numbers – Set Up” Window pops up (See Figure 3)

Figure 3: Serial Numbers Setup - SAP Business One

16. Enter the “Serial Number” for the Item being returned,

a. Choose Automatic Creation

17. Enter the “Expiration Date” for the Item being returned

18. Enter the “Mfr Date” for the Item being returned, if applicable

19. Enter the “Admission Date” for the Item being returned

20. Enter the “Location” for the Item being returned, optional

21. Enter any “Details” for the Item being returned, optional
Figure: 4 Serial Numbers Setup - SAP Business One

22. Select “Update”

23. Select “Ok”

24. Select “Add”

25. Confirm the Return information is accurate and select “Yes” to the pop up window: “You cannot change this document after you have added it. Continue?”

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