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Can't register a department to a PLU

I am trying to enter PLUs on my till I have managed to enter price and description but am having problems registering them to a particular dept., they do not appear to register as a sale when entered as I did an x report before entering a PLU sale and after, and there was no difference. If anyone can help it would be appreciated. Sharon

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