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I am writing a technical document, and in it I want to refer to the number of units sold for each product. I want to make it concise, and 'sold count' comes to mind. Does this term sound right? Are there better alternatives?

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Ask the people who will need to refer to your documentation what they call things, not us. –  FumbleFingers Oct 19 '11 at 6:15
    
sorry about that, it's just that both the client and I are not good at English –  lulalala Oct 19 '11 at 7:03
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I recommend sold quantity (or quantity sold) as a standard term, used in ERP software and accounting departments all over.

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An abbreviation of the number of units sold for each products is simply number sold or units sold.

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