The following two (2) graph reports to analyse Orders, which are posted and / or confirmed, for a specific period, may be printed:

Graph - Orders per week - Quantities - displays the total quantities of items on the Quantity shipped of Orders per week in a bar chart. 

Graph - Orders per week - Cost - displays the total cost price amount (excluding tax) of Orders per week in a bar chart.

This graph only includes Orders which are posted and / or confirmed. Unconfirmed or open Orders will be NOT be included in this report.

Report options

To print a Graph - Orders per week: 

1.On the Reports ribbon, select Reports → Purchases → Orders → Graph

purchase-orders-graph-per-week-options

2.Select the following:

a)Report - Select the Graph - Orders per week - Quantities or Graph - Orders per week - Cost report.

b)Period - Select a period on the Per period tab. You may click on the Free selection tab to select a specific date or a range of dates to include in the graph. 

3.Click on the OK button. 

Printed example : Graph - Orders per week - Quantities

An example of the "Graph - Orders per week - Quantities", is as follows:

purchase-orders-graph-per-week-quantities

The details is as follows:

1.Vertical axis - The total quantities on Orders per week.   

2.Horizontal axis - This is the number of the week in the calendar year (1 to 52). Weeks 1 to week 8 is for January and February. Since the financial year starts on 1 March, the first week would normally be week 9 in this Set of Books.   

3.Totals - Orders - The total quantities of all Orders for the selected period.

Printed example : Graph - Orders per week - Cost

An example of the "Graph - Orders per week - Cost", is as follows:

purchase-orders-graph-per-week-cost

The details is as follows:

1.Vertical axis - The total amount for Orders per week.   

2.Horizontal axis - This is the number of the week in the calendar year (1 to 52). Weeks 1 to week 8 is for January and February. Since the financial year starts on 1 March, the first week would normally be week 9 in this Set of Books.   

3.Totals - Orders - The total amount of all Orders for the selected period.