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Setting tax I have been trying to set my tax button but I can not figure it out and I do not have the instruction book. thanks for any help

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Re: setting tax

Try switching the top button next to GT to rate,then enter your tax rate then % (8.25%) then switch the top button back to on (or whereever you had it set to) and hit the tax+ button. That worked for me. GO TEXAS!!!

Posted on Oct 06, 2007

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under the GT button at the top, switch that button to the "Rate"..enter whatever % tax rate you want. Then move button back to off setting.

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So just 5 easy steps to change the rate

1 press the AC button
2 hold down the SET /SET % / button for a few seconds
3 press the TAX + button
4 input the rate /in your case 6/
5 press SET button again
And you are done. You can also check it - press the Tax + button and the current tax rate will appear

Hope I helped !

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