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Casio CE-4700 Cash Register Programming & User Manuals
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Casio TK-2300 Cash Register Programming & User Manuals
Casio Tk-2700 Cash Register Programming & User Manuals
Pages
166
File Size
5 Megs
File Type
Programming Manual Manual Contents
Pages
31
File Size
3.3 Megs
File Type
Programming Manual






Manual Contents
Machine Initialization Full Initialization 1
1-2 Clearing a Machine Lock-Up 2
Memory Allocation
2-1 Memory Allocation
2-2 Memory Capacity and Optional RAM Chips
Optional RAM Chips
2-3 Memory Allocation Procedure
File Code
Program Reading
Individual File Read
To read an entire file
To read a part of a file
Short PLU File 12
Long PLU File 12
Clerk Fixed File 13
Long PLU Second Unit Price File 13
Individual Mode Read 14
Programming the Keyboard 15
4-1 About the Keyboard 15
4-2 Assigning Numeric Functions 16
4-3 Assigning Key Functions 17
4-4 Key Features 21
4-5 Function Key Descriptors 46
4-6 Function Key Prices and Rates 50
4-7 Exchange Rates for CurrencyExchange Keys 52
4-8 Gas
Department Discount Key 53
Machine Features 55
Setting Time and Date 55
General Machine Features 56
XI Mode and X2/Z2 Mode Secret Codes 66
PROGRAM 1 and 2 Mode Secret Code and StoreIMachine Number 67
Tax Programming 67
United States and Canada Tax Programming Procedures 67
Type of Tax Calculation 68
Taxable Status 68
Rounding 68
Tax Calculation Type 69
Tax Table Program Data 69
Canadian Tax-On-Tax Starting Point 69
Add-on Tax Rate and Add-In Tax Rate Programming 71
Canadian Tax-On-Tax Programming 72
United States and Canada Tax Programming Examples 73
V.A.T. Programming 76
Taxable Status 76
Tax Calculation Type 76
Rounding 76
V.A.T. Programming Examples 79
Drawer Open Alarm 80
Starting Time for Hourly Sales Report 80
Check Printing 81
Report Groups for Batch READIRESET Reports 82
Check Number Ranges for the Check Analysis Report 85
Messages and Descriptors 85
Check Endorsement. Check Print. and Text Recall 95
Department Key Programming 96
6-1 Department Key Features 96
Single-Item-Sale (SIS) 96
Low Digit Limit (LDL) 96
Commission Function 97
DiscountlPremium Item Status 97
Maximum Amount Limit (MAL) 97
Condiment PLUS 98
Ticket Receipts 98
Batch Feature Programming 98
Individual Feature Programming 100
6-2 Department Key Descriptors 105
6-3 Package Quantities and Unit Prices. or Unit Weights and Unit Prices 107
6-4 Gas Department Unit Prices 110
PLU Programming 112
7-1 PLU Features 112
Single-Item-Sale (SIS) 112
Low Digit Limit (LDL) 112
Commission Function 113
DiscounVPremium Item Status 113
Links to Departments and Groups 114
Random PLU Codes (Long PLUS) 114
PLU Links to Long PLUS 114
Minimum Stock Quantities (Long PLUS) 114
Maximum Amount Limit (MAL) 114
Condiment PLUS 115
Ticket Receipts 115
Batch Feature Programming Individual Feature Programming 1187-2 PLU Descriptors 123
7-3 Package Quantities and Unit Prices. or Unit Weights and Unit Prices 126
7-4 Quantity Modifiers and Second Unit Prices for Long PLUS 130
7-5 Set Menus 132
Assigning PLUS to Set Menu Tables 132
Assigning Set Menu Tables to Long PLUS 133
Arrangement Key Table 135
8-1 Arrangement Key Programming 135
Programming Example 136
Programming Sequence 136
Arrangement Key Registration Sequence 136
Clerk Features 137
9-1 Drawer Numbers and Clerk Secret Numbers 137
9-2 Clerk Control Functions 138
Difference between "Clerk" and "Cashier" 138
9-3 Commission Rates 140
9-4 Check Number Ranges 141
9-5 Clerk TotalizerlCounter File 142
Programming the Clerk TotalizerlCounter File 143
9-6 Clerk Descriptors 145
Character Programming 147
10-1 TK-2300rTK-2700 147
10-2 CE-4700 149
Optional KB-1 Keyboard 149
To connect the KB-1 149
Before using the KB-1 for programming 149
To program a descriptor with the KB-1 150
To edit a descriptor with the KB-1 150
Character Code Programming 151
Character Code Table 151
Program Data Save and Load 153
11-1 DF-2 153
Connecting the DF-2 to the register153
Formatting a new disk 153
1 1-2 RACdIRAC-6 RAM Cards 154
Formatting a RAM Card for ProgramData Storage 154
1 1-3 Saving Program Data 154
1 1-4 Loading Program Data 157
1 1-5 Data Range LoadISave 158
1 1-6 Program Data Error Codes 159
Manual Contents
Machine Initialization 1
1-1 Full Initialization 1
1-2 Clearing a Machine Lock-Up 2
Memory Allocation 3
2-1 Memory Allocation 3
2-2 Memory Capacity and Optional RAM Chips 8
Optional RAM Chips 8
2-3 Memory Allocation Procedure 8
File Code 8
Program Reading 10
Individual File Read 10
To read an entire file 11
To read a part of a file 12
Short PLU File 12
Long PLU File 12
Clerk Fixed File 13
Long PLU Second Unit Price File 13
Individual Mode Read 14
Programming the Keyboard 15
4-1 About the Keyboard 15
4-2 Assigning Numeric Functions 16
4-3 Assigning Key Functions 17
4-4 Key Features 21
4-5 Function Key Descriptors 46
4-6 Function Key Prices and Rates 50
4-7 Exchange Rates for Currency Exchange Keys 52
4-8 Gas Department Discount Key 53
Machine Features 55
Setting Time and Date 55
General Machine Features 56
XI Mode and X2/Z2 Mode Secret Codes 66
PROGRAM 1 and 2 Mode Secret Code and StoreIMachine Number 67
Tax Programming 67
United States and Canada Tax Programming Procedures 67
Type of Tax Calculation 68
Taxable Status 68
Rounding 68
Tax Calculation Type 69
Tax Table Program Data 69
Canadian Tax-On-Tax Starting Point 69
Add-on Tax Rate and Add-In Tax Rate Programming 71
Canadian Tax-On-Tax Programming 72
United States and Canada Tax Programming Examples 73
V.A.T. Programming 76
Taxable Status 76
Tax Calculation Type 76
Rounding 76
V.A.T. Programming Examples 79
Drawer Open Alarm 80
Starting Time for Hourly Sales Report 80
Check Printing 81
Report Groups for Batch READIRESET Reports 82
Check Number Ranges for the Check Analysis Report 85
Messages and Descriptors 85
Check Endorsement. Check Print. and Text Recall 95
Department Key Programming 96
6-1 Department Key Features 96 Single-Item-Sale (SIS) 96
Low Digit Limit (LDL) 96
Commission Function 97
DiscountlPremium Item Status 97
Maximum Amount Limit (MAL) 97
Condiment PLUS 98
Ticket Receipts 98
Batch Feature Programming 98
Individual Feature Programming 100
6-2 Department Key Descriptors 105
6-3 Package Quantities and Unit Prices. or Unit Weights and Unit Prices 107
6-4 Gas Department Unit Prices 110
PLU Programming 112
7-1 PLU Features 112
Single-Item-Sale (SIS) 112
Low Digit Limit (LDL) 112
Commission Function 113
DiscounVPremium Item Status 113
Links to Departments and Groups 114
Random PLU Codes (Long PLUS) 114
PLU Links to Long PLUS 114
Minimum Stock Quantities (Long PLUS) 114
Maximum Amount Limit (MAL) 114
Condiment PLUS 115
Ticket Receipts 115
Batch Feature Programming 115
Individual Feature Programming 118
7-2 PLU Descriptors 123
7-3 Package Quantities and Unit Prices. or Unit Weights and Unit Prices 126
7-4 Quantity Modifiers and Second Unit Prices for Long PLUS 130
7-5 Set Menus 132
Assigning PLUS to Set Menu Tables 132
Assigning Set Menu Tables to Long PLUS 133
Arrangement Key Table 135
8-1 Arrangement Key Programming 135
Programming Example 136
Programming Sequence 136
Arrangement Key Registration Sequence 136
Clerk Features 137
9-1 Drawer Numbers and Clerk Secret Numbers 137
9-2 Clerk Control Functions 138
Difference between "Clerk" and "Cashier" 138
9-3 Commission Rates 140
9-4 Check Number Ranges 141
9-5 Clerk TotalizerlCounter File 142
Programming the Clerk TotalizerlCounter File 143
9-6 Clerk Descriptors 145
Character Programming 147
10-1 TK-2300rTK-2700 147
10-2 CE-4700 149
Optional KB-1 Keyboard 149
To connect the KB-1 149
Before using the KB-1 for programming 149
To program a descriptor with the KB-1 150
To edit a descriptor with the KB-1 150
Character Code Programming 151
Character Code Table 151
Program Data Save and Load 153
11-1 DF-2 153
Connecting the DF-2 to the register 153
Formatting a new disk 153
1 1-2 RACdIRAC-6 RAM Cards 154
Formatting a RAM Card for Program Data Storage 154
1 1-3 Saving Program Data 154
1 1-4 Loading Program Data 157
1 1-5 Data Range LoadISave 158
1 1-6 Program Data Error Codes 159









 
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