Some extras are priced in a more complex way, such as price increasing every 200mm rather than being a fixed cost, or percentage.

In this case, you need to use a price table.

Roller Blinds Cassette example

In this example, we're setting up Roller Blinds cassettes. 

  • First, on the Extras tab, press the plus button to create a new Extras Group.  Here, we're calling it Cassettes
  • Next, click Insert Row to add a row to the table
  • Enter the name of your extra, here it's White Open Cassette 32 & 40


  • Now you need to create the Price Table for these Cassettes, so click the Extras Price Tables tab
  • Click the plus button to create a new Extras Price Table, give it a name. Here it's called System 32 & 40 Open Cassette
  • You can now copy and paste a price table from a spreadsheet.  In this example, the cassettes are priced by width, increasing every 200mm.  You can see that the widths are the column headings, but that there is a single row, with a heading of 0.  This is because this extra is only priced by width.  For extras priced by width and drop, simply make the first column headings your drops, in the same way as for the main price tables.


  • Once your Extras Price table has been created, click on the Extras Groups tab to set this price table as the pricing method for your extra.
  • Go to the Extra you created earlier - in this example, it's the White Open Cassette 32 & 40.
  • Double click the box in the Pricing a column, and an arrow for a drop down list will appear.  Click the arrow, and choose Price Table 
  • Next, double click the box in the Cost a column and choose the Extras Price Table that you just created.  In this example, it's System 32 & 40 Open Cassette.
  • Here is what it should look like.  Remember to save your changes.