Question about Casio Parts Cash Register PC Desktop
The dealer should have initialised it for you. That is part of the dealer setup. If you want to do it yourself, you'll need to calculate the initialisation code from this manual:
Posted on Oct 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi. I'm afraid this is not a 'basic requirement' of a cash register. You are working with a very complicated area of cash registers that only the medium to high end machines can even do. If you are getting stuck already, then you will not be able to work out the more complex batch processing areas of scanning either.
Your dealer should have setup the majority of this for you before you left their store (especially the keyboard layout issue and keysheet for the keyboard), then you would normally receive extensive training if you are going to be making program changes yourself in future.
You will need to learn about the difference between flat PLUs and scanning PLUs, 'Not found PLUs' like you have run into so far, then deletion techniques, PLU status programming, manual entry using OBR method etc. The book is only a guide to what you should have learnt during training. You really need to go back to the dealer and get a training session. They should be able to sort out all of these problems for you. It will take a one on one demo to fully train the ins and outs of full scanning systems.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
Turn key to program mode.
If you had tax on this button, it will need to be set again. Just let me know if it is not calculating correctly.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Turn key to program mode.
Type date as YYMMDD
Press X/TIME (maybe labelled X/ DATE TIME)
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Posted on May 03, 2010
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All Casio registers are pretty much the same
Turn key to program mode Type date in YYMMDD format e.g today = 100710 Press X/DATE/TIME button (USA versions may be labelled @/FOR DATE TIME. It is near the clear button. You should see the new date on display. Press CLEAR button (C or CL) Type time in 24hr format as HHMM e.g 1345 Press X/DATE TIME button again You should see time on display Press CLEAR button again Turn key back to REG mode
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
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