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What is the way to program a Casio cash register?

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A Casio cash register is programmed by using specific button combinations to select the mode and inputting desired values using the keypad. In this way, users can program time and date, assign names and prices to department keys, price look-up codes(PLUs), the tax table and other settings.

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To program names to department keys (on most models), enter 2, press Subtotal and enter the name using letters. Then press 00, Dept Key and finally Subtotal. On cash registers with PGM mode (except for the PCRT2100, PCRT470 and PCR1000 models), enter 1 followed by Subtotal. Then press T/s1, followed by each taxable Dept key. Next press N/S, followed by each tax exempt department. Finally press Subtotal.

To program prices on department keys (on most models), enter 1, press Subtotal and enter the amount. Then press the Dept Key and finally Subtotal.

To program PLUs (on most models), enter 1, press Subtotal and enter the PLU number. Then press the PLU key and enter the amount, before pressing CA/AmtTend and finally Subtotal.

To set the time (on registers with PGM mode, except for the PCRT2100, PCRT470 and PCR1000 models), enter 1 and press Subtotal, then the x for/Date Time button followed by AC/C. Enter the time as it would appear on a 24-hour clock (for instance, if the time is 11:17 p.m., enter 2317). Next enter the date by following the same process as if setting the time and entering the date as six digits in the following order: Year, Month, Day. For example, if the date is May 23rd 2014, enter 140523.

To program the tax table (on models with PGM mode, except for the PCRT2100, PCRT470 and PCR1000 models), enter 3, press Subtotal and then enter 0125. Press Subtotal again and enter the tax with a decimal. For example, if the tax is 8 1/4 percent, enter 8.25. Press CA/AmtTend, enter 5002, then CA/AmtTend again and press Subtotal.

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