It can be common for the shipped amount of a purchase order to differ from that of the originating purchase order. Products that are classified as secondary packaging items such as folding cartons, labels, and shipping boxes run on printing presses where an exact amount may not be 100% achievable. Therefore these manufacturers utilize percent tolerances when fulfilling the purchase order. More exact manufacturing is in electronics or stationery items. For example, if you order 100 leather sofas, you will receive 100 leather sofas.
To make the changes on the purchase order and have it match what is shipped as part of your process for closing out and reconciling a purchase order. Follow the steps as outlined in the video as you can originate this via your email. You can also perform this action by locating the purchase order through global search or in one of your Orders base views.