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What would you like to do with your cash register? To use the cash register safely ....E-4 Precautions for Use ........E-7 To use the cash register’s basic function ... E-9 To Program basic settings ..........E-10 To use the cash register’s basic functions .......E-15 To print sales reports ............
To use the cash register safely • Congratulations upon your selection of this CASIO product. Be sure to read the following safety precautions before using it for the first time. After reading this guide, keep it close at hand for easy reference.
• Never try to take the register apart or modify it in any way. High-voltage components inside the register create the danger of fire and electric shock. Contact CASIO service representative for all repair and mainte- nance. Power plug and AC outlet •...
To use the cash register safely Caution Do not place the register in the following areas. • Areas where the register will be subject to large amounts of humidity or dust, or directly exposed to hot or cold air. • Areas exposed to direct sunlight, in a close motor vehicle, or any other area subject to very high temperatures.
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To use the cash register’s basic function To Program basic settings ..........E-10 To set a jounal paper ..............E-10 To set tax table ................E-11 Tax tables of each state ............... E-12 To change taxable statuses of departments ......E-14 To use the cash register’s basic functions ....E-15 To open the cash drawer without any transaction ....
To use the cash register’s basic function To Program basic settings This section describes the fundamental programming for basic operations. To set a jounal paper Mode Switch By default, your cash register issues receipts. You can change it to print journals by changing the setting. Turn the Mode switch to PGM position.
To use the cash register’s basic function Mode Switch To set tax table To program the tax table, follow these operations. If you wish to set flat tax rate, please see “To set tax tables and rounding system” on page E-41. Step Operation Enter...
To use the cash register’s basic function Tax tables of each state ALABAMA 0527 9.75% 1702 3% 0101 4% State & Local 0528 10.25% 1703 3.1% 0102 4.5% State & Local COLORADO 1704 3.25% 0103 5% State & Local 0601 3.75% 1705 3.5% 0104 5.5% State &...
To use the cash register’s basic function 2608 5.475% State & Local 3704 4.875% 4302 7.5% 2609 5.6% State & Local 3705 4.917% 4303 7.75% 2610 5.725% State & Local 3706 5% 4304 8% 2611 5.85% State & Local 3707 5.25% 4305 8.25% 2612 5.975% State &...
To use the cash register’s basic function Mode Switch Mode Switch To change taxable statuses of departments By default, taxable statuses of departments are as follows. Dept. 2: Taxable status 1 Depts. 1, and 3 through 24: Non-taxable. You can change the statuses by the following operations. Sample Operation Setting Depts.
To use the cash register’s basic function To use the cash register’s basic functions This section explains the fundamental operations of the cash register. For further us- ages, please see the pages referred in each operation. Mode Switch To open the cash drawer without any transaction You can use this feature for changing money etc.
To use the cash register’s basic function Step Operation Press key. The subtotal amount will be displayed. B??p Input tendered cash amount then press key. If received amount is more than the subtotal amount, the amount of change will be dis- played and printed.
To use the cash register’s basic function Mode Switch To register multiple quantity of the same item You can register multiple quantity of items in a department by press- ing Dept. key repeatedly or using key. Sample Operation Unit Price $1.00 $1.35 Quantity...
To use the cash register’s basic function Mode Switch To sell packaged item individually You can sell packaged item individually. The example shown below is for selling three pieces of an item that is sold $10.00 for 12 pieces. Sample Operation Unit Price $10.00/12 Quantity...
To use the cash register’s basic function Mode Switch To sell items on charge Instead of cash, you can register charge sales. Sample Operation Unit Price $1.00 $2.00 Quantity Dept. Step Operation Z??a Register the sold items in corresponding Dept. The example on the right is for register- ing $1.00 in Dept.
To use the cash register’s basic function Mode Switch To sell items in cash and charge (split sales) You can sell items partially on cash and the rest on charge. The total amount of the following example is $9.00 and the payment is made $5.00 in cash and $4.00 on charge.
To use the cash register’s basic function Printout 01−21−2013 09:50 0007 DEPT01 $2.00 DEPT02 $3.00 DEPT01 $4.00 $3.00 TAX1 $0.12 TOTAL $9.12 CASH $5.00 — Tendered Cash amount CHARGE $4.12 — Charged amount E-21 SES700_INC-e.indb 2013/09/02 11:27:48...
To use the cash register’s basic function Mode Switch To sell items by cash and check (split sales) The following example is for paying $20.00 in cash and the rest by check. Sample Operation Unit Price $30.00 $25.00 Quantity Dept. Tendered cash amount $20.00 Paid by check...
To use the cash register’s basic function Mode Switch To correct erroneous inputs There are two ways to correct wrong inputs one is for correcting nu- meral entries (before pressing Dept. key) and the other is correcting stored data (after Dept. key has been pressed). ...
To use the cash register’s basic function Printout DEPT01 $5.50 ERR CORR −5.50 DEPT01 $5.05 Sample Operation 2 Entered incorrect unit price $2.20 instead of $2.30 and pressed Dept. key in multiplica- tion registration. Step Operation Inputting quantity and multiplication key. The example on the right is selling three pieces of an item.
To use the cash register’s basic function To print sales reports This section describes to print sales data of transactions stored in the register. To print daily management report Mode Switch Flash report Flash report prints summarized sales data of the present time. Step Operation Turn the Mode switch to X and press x.
To use the cash register’s basic function Daily read/reset report Mode Switch At the end of the business day, you can print categorized and sum- marized results of the day. Reset report (Z) clears all the sales data whereas the data remains in memory by Read report (X). Please do not perform the Reset report (Z) printing while your store is open.
To use the cash register’s basic function Printout — No. of key operation in CAL mode CALCULATOR ••••••••••••••••••••••• — Cash Sales Count CASH — Cash Sales Amount $203.91 — Charge Sales Count CHARGE — Charge Sales Amount $16.22 Check Sales Count —...
To use the cash register’s basic function Mode Switch To obtain periodic reports Apart from daily report, you can obtain periodic sales report. The register prints gross and net total sales data from the last periodic report. Namely, if you do this operation monthly, you can obtain monthly sales reports.
Useful features Various programming ........... E-31 To set a unit price in a department key ........E-31 To set a rate on the percent key ..........E-32 To set a rounding calculation method and discount/premium settings on the percent key ............E-32 To change the settings on departments ........E-33 To set general controls ..............E-35 To set print controls ..............E-37...
Useful features To register a reference number ...........E-65 To reduce amount from subtotal ..........E-66 To give discount or premium ............E-67 Calculator mode ............E-69 To use the register as a calculator ..........E-69 To calculate during registrations ..........E-69 To set calculator functions ............E-71 When you consider it as a problem ......
Useful features Various programming Mode Switch To set a unit price in a department key You can preset unit prices in department keys so that you don’t have to input a unit price before registering it in a department. The following example is for presetting $2.00 in Dept. 1, $5.50 in Dept.
Useful features Mode Switch To set a rate on the percent key You can preset a percent rate on key so that you don’t have to input percent rate for discount sales. The following example is for setting 2.5% on the key.
Useful features Selections Roundings of percent calculations. Round off (1.544=1.54; 1.545=1.55) Cut off (1.544=1.54; 1.545=1.54) Round up (1.544=1.55; 1.545=1.55) Discount calculation (%–). Premium calculation (%+). Assigning the percent key as manual tax key The default settings: Mode Switch To change the settings on departments You can program several settings such as restricting entry digits, prohibiting multiple item registration, etc.
Useful features Step Operation ZB?s The example on the right is setting Dept. 2 as Minus Dept. (A) limiting 5 digits (B), and Normal sales Dept. (C). Press to complete the settings. Selections Normal Dept. Minus Dept. No limitation for manual price entry Maximum digit of manual price entry (up to 7 digits) <...
Useful features Mode Switch To set general controls This program sets the general controls of the cash register such as allowing partial cash payment, resetting consecutive number after the Reset report (Z report) etc. Step Operation Press to set the register in the setting mode.
Useful features Selections Selections Use the key as a 000 key. Always “0” Cashier assignment sys- Selections tems (sign on) is used. Reset the consecutive number to zero after Z report. Allow minus subtotal after using key. The default setting of ABCD is; ???? Selections Time displays with second.
Useful features Mode Switch To set print controls This setting programs printing methods collectively such as printing time on receipts, or skipping item print on the journal etc. Step Operation Press . The register becomes ready for programming. ?BXXk Enter “0522” then press k. “0522” is the program code for setting printing controls.
Useful features Selections Selections Use the printer to print receipts = R Print the consecutive number on Use the printer to print a journal = J the receipt and journal. Print “TOTAL” line on Print the subtotal on the re- receipts or journals ceipt and journal when the Subtotal Key is pressed.
Useful features Mode Switch To set X and Z reports print controls This program sets the printing methods of X and Z reports. Step Operation Press . The register becomes ready for programming. ?<XXk Enter “0822” then press k. “0822” is the program code for setting printing controls for X and Z reports.
Useful features Mode Switch To set PLU unit price Other than departments, you can preset unit prices by using PLU (Price Look Up) feature. You can call the preset unit price by input- ting a PLU number. Your cash register is able to store up to 999 PLUs.
Useful features Mode Switch To link PLUs to departments PLUs are also categorized in departments. For example, categoriz- ing PLU number 111 (apples) in department 01 (Fruits). Registered PLU items are categorized in assigned departments and printed on X or Z reports. Sample Operation PLU Number Dept.
Useful features Step Operation Press Ck. The register becomes ready for programming. ?ZXBk Enter tax table number. See the following table for the four tables. The example on the right is for the tax table 1. M"?p Enter the tax rate in the range of 0.0001 to 99.9999 %.
Useful features Mode Switch To change taxable status of the percent key Initially, the percent key is set as taxable status 1. You can change the status by the following operations. Sample Operation Setting the percent key as taxable status 1. Step Operation Press...
Useful features Mode Switch To change taxable status number of the minus key Initially, the minus key is set as non-taxable. You can change the status by the following operations. Sample Operation Setting the percent key as taxable status 1. Step Operation Press...
Useful features Mode Switch To set tax status print This program sets whether to print tax symbols and taxable amounts or not. Sample Operation Setting print tax status symbols, taxable amount, and add-in tax amount. Step Operation Press to set the register in the pro- gram mode.
Useful features Character keyboard Using the keyboard, you can program a message on the receipt. PQRS WXYZ TOTAL CASH/AMT TEND Double size key Receipt message number key ( key). Use this key to specify the next char- acter to be a double sized character. Use this key to program receipt mes- Press this key before a character you sages.
Line No. Message YOUR RECEIPT THANK YOU CALL AGAIN Sample Operation To add “CASIO SHOP” in the fifth line. Step Operation Press to set the register in the char- acter setting mode. Enter the line number first then press u. In this example, we are adding a message in the fifth line.
• You can set a message up to five lines. • For a double width character, use key. “ • In the above example, CASIO SHOP” will be printed as left justified. To print it in the center, insert spaces first. E-48 SES700_INC-e.indb 2013/09/02...
Useful features Character table By pressing a character setting key, characters shift as shown in the following table. When the next character uses the same key, press ► key to determine the setting. (10) (11) → → → → →...
Useful features Mode Switch To read preset data other than PLU data You can check the preset data other than PLU. Step Operation Press . The printer prints preset data except PLU settings. Printout — Dept. No./Tax Status/Unit Price DEPT01 @1.00 —...
Useful features Mode Switch To read preset PLU data You can read all the preset PLU data. To stop the printing, press key twice. Step Operation Press Zp. The printer prints preset PLU settings. Printout — PLU Name/Unit Price PLU0001 @1.00 #0001 0000...
Useful features Various operations Mode Switch To register items with preset unit price set in a department When unit prices are preset in departments, you can register items quickly. Please see “To set a unit price in a department key” on page E-31 to preset unit prices on departments.
Useful features Mode Switch To register single item sales Single item sales is useful to sell one item quickly. You just press a Dept. key and you don’t have to press keys. The Dept. key must be programmed to allow single item sales. See “To change the settings on departments”...
Useful features Mode Switch To transact by check If a customer pays by check, use instead of key. Sample Operation Unit price $35.00 Quantity Dept. Step Operation CB??ff Register two pieces of $35.00 item in Dept. 4 Press key. The display indicates the total amount.
Useful features Mode Switch To change the tax status in REG mode You can change taxable status of a Dept. key during a transaction. The example shown below is changing non-taxable status to taxable status 1 on Dept. 1. Sample Operation Unit Price $1.00 $2.00...
Useful features Mode Switch To input tax amount manually Instead of set rate, you can enter a tax amount manually if key is programmed as Manual Tax key. See “To set a rounding calculation method and discount/premium settings on the percent key” on page E-32 for the setting.
Useful features Mode Switch To use PLU By using PLUs, you can register up to 999 items with preset prices and linked departments. To program PLU items, see “To set PLU unit price” on page E-40 and “To link PLUs to departments” on page E-41.
Useful features Mode Switch To sell single item using PLU If a PLU item is linked to a department which is programmed as single item department, you can register the item just inputting the PLU number. Please note that this operation is effective only when you sell one PLU item.
Useful features Mode Switch To refund If a customer requests to return goods, use the refund function. The register subtracts the refunded amount automatically. After the refund transaction, please do not forget to turn the mode switch to REG mode. Sample Operation Unit price of refunded item.
Useful features Mode Switch To assign a cashier If cashier assignment system is programmed, you can obtain sales data of each cashier on X or Z reports. Up to eight cashiers can be assigned. When the mode switch is turned OFF, the assigned cashier’s ID number will be cleared.
Useful features Other operations Mode Switch To display date and time Operation Display By pressing key, the display shows the present 13-5# time. Pressing key again shows date. 01-21-13 Press to return to normal register mode. To adjust time Mode Switch Operation Display In the PGM mode, press Zk.
Useful features To adjust date Mode Switch Operation Display In the PGM mode, press Zk. Input date in order of month, day, and year. This 01-21-13 example is setting on January 21st, 2013. ?ZXZZCx Press to end the setting. Mode Switch To pay out from the drawer Paid out cash from the drawer is registered and subtracted from total cash amount in drawer.
Useful features Mode Switch To receive cash on account When you receive cash without any sales transaction, use this feature. The received amount is added to the memory of total cash amount in the drawer. Step Operation N??c Enter received amount then press key.
Useful features Mode Switch To reduce amount from subtotal You can reduce a certain amount from the total amount. The follow- ing example is for reducing $0.50 from the total amount. Step Operation Z??s Register sold items by entering unit prices and Dept.
Useful features Mode Switch To give discount or premium You can give discount or premium to items or to subtotal. The follow- ing example is giving 2.5% discount to $1.00 item and 7% discount to subtotal amount. In this example, minus 2.5% is programmed on key.
Useful features Printout Discount DEPT02 $1.00 — Discount rate and amount %− (2.5%) −0.03 DEPT02 $2.00 DEPT02 $3.00 — Discounted subtotal $5.97 — Discount to subtotal %− (7%) −0.42 — Total amount excluding tax $5.55 TAX1 $0.22 CASH $5.77 key is programmed as percent plus, the printout will be: Premium DEPT02 $1.00...
Useful features Calculator mode To use the register as a calculator Mode Switch In the CAL mode, you can use the register as a calculator. Sample Operation Calculation Answer 5+3-2 = (23-56) x 7 = -231 12% of 1500 Operation Display BHCJXp &...
Useful features Step Operation ZV'dZ<'5 In REG mode, register the purchased items then press key. ZN'fk Turn the Mode switch to CAL position. ifCp Recall the total amount by key then perform the calculation. In this example, divide by three. Turn the Mode switch to REG position.
Useful features Mode Switch To set calculator functions This program sets functions in CAL mode such as opening drawer when key is pressed, or print number of calculations on X or Z report etc. Step Operation Enter then press key to set the register in the program mode.
Useful features When you consider it as a problem Troubleshooting Symptom/Problem Most common causes Solutions Changing modes without Return mode switch to where it E01 appears on the display. completing transaction. stops buzzing and press p. Prior to starting registration Sign on operation is not E08 appears on the display.
Useful features In case of power failure If the power supply to the cash register is cut by a power failure or any other reason, simply wait for power to be restored. The details of any ongoing transaction as well as all sales data in memory are protected by the memory backup batteries.