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How do you stop the journal printer (not the receipt printer)from printing every transaction??

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  • ronwoo Jul 23, 2008

    Sorry, question should be: How do you stop the journal printer on the Casio TK-6000 (not the receipt printer)from printing every transaction??

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In the set up programming there is what is called a flags Normally you get in the program mode with a program key and you cans et how the paper feeds, when it feeds and what prints or does not print. Many casios this program is as follows. program mode with key - 3 subtotal key then you punch in the numbers that you want - usually a set of 4 different numbers such as 0000 then depress the ca/amt key then the subtotal key.

I am not sure if that is correct for the TK6000 for many casio machines this works. Try to get the operators manual or call casio.

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