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Modifying Shopping Carts

Modifying Shopping Carts The procedure to modify items sometimes differs between hosted catalog items, punch-out catalog items, and form items. This guide will illustrate: – Renaming Shopping Carts – Adding Items to Shopping Carts – Modifying Hosted Catalog Items – Modifying Punch-out Catalog Items – Deleting All Items from Shopping Carts 1

Renaming Shopping Carts: Every shopping cart receives a default name. We recommend that you rename your shopping carts to better identify your shopping cart’s contents and to locate the subsequent requisition/order. This is especially helpful if you have multiple shopping carts in progress at once. Navigate to Shop My Carts and Orders View Carts 2

Select the cart you want to rename. 3

2 1 1. Enter your shopping cart’s new name in the Cart Name field. 2. Click Save to save your shopping cart’s new name. 4

Adding Items to Shopping Carts: To add items to your shopping cart, simply continue to shop. If you have multiple shopping carts in progress, you must first make the appropriate shopping cart your active cart. Navigate to Shop My Carts and Orders View Carts 5

Click on the Shopping Cart Name to open it and make it your active cart. 6

Once in your active cart, click Continue Shopping. Any additional items you shop for will be added to this cart. Note: A shopping cart can contain items from multiple catalog suppliers. However, approval requirements vary based on the commodity types and dollar amounts of the items you are ordering. You may want to consider approval times when grouping items together to avoid certain items being delayed by the approvals required for other items. 7

3 To move an item to a different cart: 2 1. Check the box next to the line item 2. From the For selected line items menu, select Move to Another Cart 3. Click the Go button. 8 1

1. Select the radio button next to the Shopping Cart you want to move the item to. If you have multiple Shopping Carts, a list of their names will be available to select from. If you don’t have other Shopping Carts, you will be offered the option to Move to new cart. 2. Click the Move button. 1 2 9

2 Modifying Hosted Catalog Items in Shopping Carts: 1. To change the number of items, update the Quantity field. 2. Click Save. 1 10

3 2 1. 2. 3. To remove a hosted catalog item, check the box next to the line item Select Remove Selected Items from the For selected line items menu. Click the Go button. 11 1

Modifying Punch-out Catalog Items: If the Modify Items link appears Click the Modify Items link to be transferred back to your punch-out session on the supplier’s website. Modify your items and checkout to return your shopping cart to UD Exchange. 12

3 2 If the Modify Items link doesn't appear This supplier doesn’t allow you to modify your punch-out session. You need to delete all of the items in your shopping cart from that supplier. To do this: 1. 2. 3. Check the box next to the line item. Select Remove Selected Items from the For selected line items menu. Click the Go button. Begin a new punch-out session from the Shopping Home Page. 13 1

2 Modifying Non-Catalog Orders: 1. To change the number of items, modify the Quantity field. 2. Click Save. 1 14

2 You can also check the box next to a line item (1) and select an option from the For selected line items menu (2). 1 15

Deleting All Items from Shopping Carts: To completely empty your shopping cart: 1. Select Remove All Items from the For selected line items menu. 2. Click the Go button. 16 2 1

Resources Procurement Services procurement@udel.edu 17

1. Select the radio button next to the Shopping Cart you want to move the item to. If you have multiple Shopping Carts, a list of their names will be available to select from . If you don't have other Shopping Carts, you will be offered the option to . Move to new cart. 2. Click the . Move . button. 1 2

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