BASIC FUNCTIONS INDEX Making a Sale Multiple Tender Multiple Sales of Same Product Corrections Refunds Multiple Refunds Percentage Discount Dollar Discount Whole Transaction Discount 10. Receipts 11. EFTPOS Cash Out 12. PLU’s 13. Clerks 14. Correction Keys...
Ensure register is turned to REG mode 1. Making a Sale 1. Enter the price of the item 2. Press the department the item belongs to 3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 until all purchased items are processed 4. Press SUBTOTAL for the total amount due 5.
3. Making Multiple Sales Of Same Product 1. Enter the number of items you are selling (eg 4) 2. Press the X key 3. Press the dollar amount of each item (eg 150) 4. Press the department of the item you are selling (eg pie) 5.
6. Multiple Refunds 1. To refund multiple items you can turn the key to RF mode then enter the items as you normally would to process a sale. 2. Once the transaction is completed it is important to turn the key back to REG mode, if it isn’t then the next transaction would be processed as a refund.
9. To Give A $ Or % Discount For A Whole Transaction 1. Enter all items in normally the press the SUBTOTAL key 2. Enter discount amount either for $ or % discount 3. Press corresponding discount key, -% for % discount and – for $ discount 10.
3. To assign another clerk enter the number of the new clerk and press the OPEN CLERK key 4. Process the sale as normal Clerk control features must first be originally set up by your Casio dealer before assigning a clerk will work. 14. Explanation Of Correction Keys ERROR CORRECT Used to take off last item before CASH key has been pressed.
6. Reports Programming Notes: The new Casio range of cash registers are the most advanced ECR system on the market, it incorporates easy programmability with complex functions, to form a system that can suit any retail requirements. While basic programming changes can be performed by the end user (price changes and descriptions), it is advised that more advanced features should be programmed by an authorised CASIO dealer.
1. Changing Prices TURN Turn key to the PROGRAM position DISPLAY Should show PGM1 ENTER New price (without using decimal point) PRESS Preset item button that you wish to change REPEAT Steps 3 to 4 until finished PRESS Subtotal button to finish TURN Key back to REG1...
2. Name Changes TURN Turn key to the PROGRAM position ENTER PRESS Subtotal button DISPLAY Should show PGM2 TYPE description (using keys keyboard) up to 12 characters. PRESS 00 button PRESS Preset item button that you wish to change REPEAT Steps 5 to 7 until finished PRESS Subtotal button to finish...
3. Clerk Name Changing TURN Turn key to the PROGRAM position ENTER PRESS Subtotal button DISPLAY Should show PGM2 ENTER XX07 Where XX stands for the memory number of each clerk. ie. 0107 Jeannie, 0207 Leanne, 0307 Holly, 0407 Tania PRESS Subtotal button using keys on the...
4.Adding / Changing PLU’s This job will enable you to add & change PLU’s (NOTE: PLU’s must start from 1 and can go up to 1500) TURN THE KEY TO PGM POSITION 01. ENTER 02. PRESS SUBTOTAL 03. ENTER PLU# (eg 1 -1500) 04.
(This part enters the price for the PLU) TURN KEY TO PGM PRESS 1 then SUBTOTAL 10. ENTER PLU# (eg 1 to 1500) 11. PRESS PLU# Button 12. ENTER $ Price without Decimal Point 13. PRESS CASH Button 14. REPEAT Steps 12 to 13 as required for sequencial PLU’s.
Date Time Programming TURN Turn key to the PROGRAM position DISPLAY Should show PGM1 ENTER Date in the following format:- (for days 1 to 9, be sure to enter them as 01 to 09. Enter months 1 to 9 as 01 to 09) YYMMDD YY = Year MM = Month...
6. Reports **Important** The reset operation issues a report and also clears all sales data from the cash register’s memory. Be sure to perform the reset operations at the end of each business day. Otherwise, you will not be able to distinguish between the sales data for different dates.
TURN Key to the Z position (reset) or X for (read) ENTER 400 in Z position or 300 in X position PRESS CASH...