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|Example Bill of Lading|
|This is an example bill of lading that you can fill out in Microsoft Word. To avoid problems with freight disputes, fill in all the information on this sheet including case count, pallet count, detailed descriptions of every item, and a seal number for the trailer. Then if problems arise, you’ll have all your information ready to dispute discrepancies.|
|Example Pallet Label – 2 Per Page|
|This is an example label to put on the outside of a shrink-wrapped pallet. This one has two per page printed horizontally. Works well with horizontal, half-page labels.|
|Example Pallet Label – 1 Per Page|
|Same as above, except this label is for an entire 8.5 x 11 inch page.|
|Example Count Sheet|
|This is a example count sheet that I use during physical inventory counts. It’s a PowerPoint slide. For additional tips on physical inventory, visit our article 10 Tips to Make Physical Inventory Counts Less Painful and More Accurate.|
|Excel Punch Clock|
|This basic Excel punch clock does exactly what you would expect – it tracks the time of various users in one easy-to-access file. The user setup and interface is easy enough that most people will not need any help in using it. The punch clock has enough security that the casual user cannot change any settings or times, but it is very easy to edit and change if you know some VBA. This Excel punch clock is a step up from a pencil and paper system, but if security is a high concern, I would recommend something more secure than this free download.|
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