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How to export orders to MetaPack
Posted by OSOP Support, Last modified by OSOP Support on 05 August 2015 10:17 AM

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2 If you don't have the Metapack view available (in the list of Views) click on Customize Current View button ().

3 Click on the Import button.

4 Select the MetaPack.mev file. By default, this will be installed into C:\OSOP\Main\MetaPack.mev.

5 Click on the Import View button.

6 In the Sender Code you should enter your Metapack senders code (given to you when you sign up).

The view has now been setup. You will only need to do this once.

8 The Total Weight is calculated using your product inventory. You can manually setup your product inventory, import from a CSV file or automatically create products when orders are imported. If required you can add or adjust each products weight.

9 Select the orders to export.

10 Click on the Export Orders button () and select MetaPack.

11 This will export the orders to C:\OSOP\MetaPackData.csv. You can change the filename by selecting the View->Change Export Options menu option or click on the button to the right of the View selection field


12 You may want to tick the Add comment to order memo when exported field (in the Export order details dialog) to keep track of which orders have been dispatched. For example, you can add a value of EXPORTED in the field and then use a filter to only show orders that don't have the word EXPORTED.

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