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What is the process for running individual reports for each srvr?

My quick start guide is rediculous-Worthless!! How do I run each seperate girls report that shows Sales ( Cash, Credit C.) breakdown etc. The reporting screen has lots of options but none that look like anything I need for this report. And is there a more advanced guide I can purchase with SOME DETAIL to it? HELP!!!

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There are a variety of reports that you can print based upon criteria. Just run reports based upon the cashier (girl). EX Detailed Department Sales Criteria: Cashier 1.

Or call there tech support team!

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