The main idea of Marmic Shop is to
help prevent buying goods that you already have and to ensure that
you purchase items that you have run out of.
beginning, It is suggested that you add items to the shopping list
that you use on a regular basis, creating the new categories and
stores as you need to. The categories etc. can be edited at a later
stage. Aisle and price entries can also be added later, usually
after the first visit to the store. The list will obviously not be
complete until you have used it to do the shopping a few times and
updated the application.
Next, Print a checklist from the
keep it in on your note board or kitchen wall, so that you can add
items and quantities as required.
On shopping day, use the checklist to make a final check around
the cupboards, kitchen and bathroom etc to ensure everything is
included on the check list including quantities required.
Zero all quantities by clicking the Zero All button.
All Items, All Categories and All Stores from the drop down lists as
items that are not already on the screen by clicking the Add new
the top left of the main screen.
all items are added and the quantities entered;
the store to be visited from the Right drop down list.
View Shopping List from the left drop down list and check
that the list is complete.
Shopping List from the
this Shopping List with you to the store.
While walking round the store, enter any missing Aisle information
to the Shopping List and mark off the items as they are placed in
the shopping basket.
On returning, enter any
missing Aisle information from your shopping list and the prices
from the checkout receipt. The next time a shopping list is printed
it will be printed in Aisle order so that items appear in the
correct order as you walk around the store. The prices are used to
calculate the total spend for the shopping and appears on the screen
above the list to the right.
of the Aisle, Price and Quantity can be carried out from the main
screen. Click on the cell to be edited, type to replace the existing
text or press
to edit. After editing, the cursor keys can be used to navigate the
list and move to the next item that needs editing.