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List and group items for use in inventory systems
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Keeping track of items is a lot like planning a picnic.

Add the raw ingredients you’ll need:
Items
2
Name
Item + Assembly Cost
1
Lettuce
$0.10
2
Bread
$0.20
3
Cheese
$0.30
4
Tomato
$0.10
5
Deli Meat
$0.40
6
Apples
$0.75
7
Napkins
$0.40
8
Table Cloth
$5.00
9
Sandwich
$0.10
10
Basket
$5.00
There are no rows in this table

Make some sandwiches out of raw ingredients and put the sandwiches + everything else into your basket:
Bundles
4
‏‏‎ ‎
Bundle
Item
Quantity
1
Basket
Sandwich
2
2
Basket
Napkins
4
3
Basket
Table Cloth
1
4
Basket
Apples
3
5
Sandwich
Lettuce
3
6
Sandwich
Bread
2
7
Sandwich
Cheese
2
8
Sandwich
Tomato
4
9
Sandwich
Deli Meat
3
There are no rows in this table
Keep track of how much everything cost to put together and what it contains.
Items and Bundles
2
Color
Name
Item + Assembly Cost
Bundle Cost
Items
1
Lettuce
$0.10
$0.10
2
Bread
$0.20
$0.20
3
Cheese
$0.30
$0.30
4
Tomato
$0.10
$0.10
5
Deli Meat
$0.40
$0.40
6
Apples
$0.75
$0.75
7
Napkins
$0.40
$0.40
8
Table Cloth
$5.00
$5.00
9
Sandwich
$0.10
$3.00
3x Lettuce
2x Bread
2x Cheese
4x Tomato
3x Deli Meat
10
Basket
$5.00
$19.85
2x Sandwich
4x Napkins
1x Table Cloth
3x Apples
There are no rows in this table

All of this and more can be done with the two tables
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