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Occasionally it does not like the fixed data we enter for a sales order#, it does not print all of the info required. If we change the sale order by one digit it prints all of the information. Why?

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SOURCE: Sharp ER-A330 cash register. Have to enter Cashier # every sale.

You might need a special key to program this change, but try this:

  1. Turn the key to PGM
  2. Enter 9910 . @/FOR CA/AT
If you don't get an error, you're done. Turn back to REG sign on one more time, and try two or more sales in a row.

If you get an error, this kind of programming is disabled in PGM mode. you may have to take it to a Sharp dealer who has a Service key. Your MA (Manager) key can get you to any position marked on the Mode Switch, but the SRV key goes to two more unmarked positions beyond PGM. If you have that key or find a dealer who has, turn it one notch past PGM (to 7 o'clock position).
Enter 910 . @/FOR CA/AT
[Yes, it's a different number than in PGM mode.]

If you ever want to make cashier entry compulsory again, do the same thing, except enter 100 just before touching the CA/AT button.

The reason Sharp doesn't pass SRV keys with its registers is that you can totally mess up your register if you make mistakes with this key. Don't experiment with it, or your only hope may be to wipe all machine memory to get it working again.

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SOURCE: The Belvedere Arms takes £11,800 in drink

Assuming the Belvedere Arms sells only food and drink:
a) Total sales for the week is the sum of the drink sales and food sales, £11,800 + £5,600 = £17,400
b) Sales budget is £16,200, so performance is (17,400-16,200)/16,200 = 1200/16200 = .074 which is up by 7.4%
c) Profit on food is £3,640 on total food sales of £5,600. 3640/5600 = .65 or 65%
d) Profit on drink is £8,496 on total drink sales of £11,800. 8496/11,800 = .72 or 72%
e) Total profit is £12,036 on total sales of £17,400. 12,136/17,400 = .697 or 70%

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The Belvedere Arms takes £11,800 in drink sales and £5,600 in food sales in a week. In the same week the pub delivers £8,496 profit on drink and £3,640 profit on food. The week's sales...


Assuming the Belvedere Arms sells only food and drink:
a) Total sales for the week is the sum of the drink sales and food sales, £11,800 + £5,600 = £17,400
b) Sales budget is £16,200, so performance is (17,400-16,200)/16,200 = 1200/16200 = .074 which is up by 7.4%
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Wait for the sale to process. Depending on the machine's connection the sale may process within seconds or it may take a few minutes. If the machine seems to become "stuck" while processing a sale, do not re-enter the sale, but instead call the processing company's phone number for further instructions. In many cases this number will appear on a sticker on the machine.

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Process the receipt.If the customer is present, have them sign the credit card receipt. Give them the copy and retain the original for your records. If the customer is not present, write "phone-in" or another appropriate phrase on the signature line of the receipt. Keep one receipt for your records and include the other in the shipment of the goods to the customer.

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That's a programming option -- whether you have to sign in for each sale, or can just keep going until you do a Cashier Z reading. But this on is not in your Owner Manual. Most Sharpregisters have a deeper level of programming, called SRV mode. It's not marked on your mode switch, but it's one click past PGM. You need a SRV key to access it and a Service Manual to know what's there. Sharp doesn't supply the SRV key or instructions, because it allows you to change Grand Totals and other things that would allow an employee to steal without detection.

Any servicing Sharp register dealer should have the SRV key, and this change is simple enough that they might do it for free if you bring the register to them along with these instructions and ask nicely.

Turn to SRV mode.
910 . @/FOR CA/AT
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Sign in and try running consecutive sales or No Sales without signing in between them.

You can still change Cashier numbers between sales by signing in with a different number.
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If Sale Line 100 is an Excel Template then it is simple.

The Templates are just preformatted spreadsheets which are edited just like any other spreadsheet.

If you mean that you are using the Template to create another document but wanting all the fields to be the same as the Invoice then I suggest the following method:

Copy the Template fron Worksheet 1 onto Worksheet 2.

Add and remove any fields that you wnt to add or remove (Prices would be deleted on this copy and the title would be changed from Invoice to Delivery Docket, etc)

Then (on Worksheet 2) in the fields that you want to be the same - click on the cell you want the same Data in and hit the = sign. Then go to Worksheet 1 and Click on the cell that you want the data to be the same. Hit Enter. This will send you back to Worksheet 2 and you will see that any data entered into the cell in Worksheet 1 will now also appear in Worksheet 2.

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Try this on worksheet 2 select cell A1, type =, then open worksheet 1 and select B1. You will be returned to worksheet 2 and the formula in cell A1 will now read =Sheet1!A1. Enter anything into Shhet 1 A1 and you will see that it appears in the appropriate cell on Sheet 2.

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