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Figure  10-11.—Partial  receipt  notation  on  receipt  documents.
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Figure  10-12.—Processing  a  partial  receipt-bdame  backordered. If  the  log  entry  money  value  exceeds  the “threshold:  the  next  step  is  to  compare  the  total  price shown on the DD Form 1348-1 with the money value of  the  correspondence  log  entry.  If  the  DD  Form  1348-1 total  price  equals  or  exceeds  the  log  entry  money  value, the DD Form 1348-1 and attached DDForm 1348 (pink copy)  are  returned  to  the  requisition  Storekeeper. Assuming  that  the  DD  Form  1348-1  total  price  is less than the log entry money value, the next step is to enter  “PART  CANC”  and  the  Julian  date  in  the “Remarks”  block  of  the  Requisition/OPTAR  Log. Figure 10-13 shows the above entries. On the next available  line  in  the  Requisition/OPTAR  Log,  the following  entries  are  made: The current Julian date in the “Date” block “PART CANC” in the “Description” block The  difference  between  the  money  value  of  the DD Form 1348-1 and that of the original log entry in the same “Estimated Cost Chargeable” column as was used in the original entry (the canceled amount circled or written in red ink) The new OPTAR balance (that is the OPTAR balance  of  the  preceding  entry  plus  the  canceled amount)  in  the  “Balance”  column “PART  CANC,”  Julian  date,  and  document number   of   the   original   log   entry   in   the “Remarks” block 10-15

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