Need Help With Accounting System

MunirObeidat

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Hello everyone,

I'm creating an accounting system that includes invoice recording and an inventory system. And I need help finding an automatic way to calculate the inventory stock.

Example:
Page 1: Contains Invoices

Product X | 35$ | 5
Name.....Cash Paid....Quantity Purcahsed.

Page 2: Contains Inventory and Product Details

Product X | 500 | 15$
Name...Quantity in Storage Unit...Price Per Piece

What I want to happen is that everytime I enter an order for Product X, the quantity purchased gets automatically subtracted from the quantity in stoarge unit. Keep in mind that they are both on different sheets.

Thank you.
 

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