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Old 09-28-2010, 11:31 AM
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price book

How is your price book set up?
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Old 09-28-2010, 02:45 PM
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Rats! I was hoping for forms. I have divided as to stores first. Then into categories. I'm thinking maybe a better way would be to alphabetically list, then have the prices all together at each store I use. No point in listing produce or fresh meats though as the price is always changing. You know, I think there are inventory lists, grocery lists, that sort of thing on WORD aren't there? Maybe we could work with something like that.
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I just googled and found a printable form but I think I would still prefer a smaller spiral to carry with me. Once a person has all the prices the bigger pages could be used to make a list for the stores and then be left at home.
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Here is a form. I to wish it were smaller.
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I have never taken the time to make a price book though I keep meaning to. Meat price point used to be $2 lb for me with a few exceptions like bacon & steak which is never that cheap but now meat sales seem to be closer to $2.50lb.

I was able to buy chicken breasts for $.99 lb the other week and bought 10 lbs worth. Deboned it myself, then packaged it for the freezer and boiled the bones for broth.

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