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Set tax I have misplaced my user manual and cannot set my tax rate. I shut it off accidently. Can you help?

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To set your tax rate:

1. Be sure to switch to "rate set" from GT
2. Enter the tax amount like so - if your tax rate is 7% type in 7%
3. Go back to the GT setting and it should work...at least that is how I fixed mine! I did the same thing last week & have no manual!

Hope this helps you

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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