Remove/Archive Consumables

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Quick Nav: District View > Tools > Global Tools > Closing > Remove/Archive Consumables

Closing allows the district to tidy data collected over the course of a year/term. Within Closing, Remove/Archive Consumables allows the removal of selected consumable material types from campuses, zeroes out the district’s distribution counts for the respective ISBNs, and archives the original distribution data into the Archives.

Warning: Closing processes cannot be undone.
  1. Click on tools.png Tools, found in the Navigation Bar.
  2. Click on closing.png Closing, found under "Global Tools” subcategory. This opens the "Closing” page.
  3. Click on removearchive.png Remove/Archive Consumables. This opens the "Remove/Archive Consumables” page.
  4. Click on nextpage.jpeg Next. This opens the "Consumable Listing” grid.
  5. Search for the desired ISBN (assigned to a "consumable" material type).
  6. Select the ISBN using add2.png Add, found in the same row. The ISBN displays in the "Consumables to remove in use and reduce" inventory grid.
  7. Continue adding consumables by repeating steps 5 and 6.
  8. Click on go.png Go. The "Delete Selected Consumable Confirmation” window opens.
  9. The following message appears: "Please type the word 'AGREE' in the box below and click 'OK' to show you want to PERMANENTLY delete the selected consumables."
  10. Enter AGREE in the confirmation field (field is case sensitive).
  11. Click OK.
  12. The following message appears: "Success! All consumables selected have been removed and archived."
  13. Click OK.
  14. Click cancel.png Cancel. This returns you to the Closing page.
Note: Add all consumables in the "Consumable Listing" grid by clicking on add2.png Add All, found above the blue header bar. If a consumable is added to the lower grid in error, find the ISBN in the "Consumables to remove in use and reduce" inventory grid. Click on remove2.jpg Remove, found in the same row. Remove all consumables from the lower grid by clicking on remove2.jpg Remove All, found above the blue header bar.