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We have a sam4s er-945 and the tax is being added to the

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we have a sam4s er-945 and the tax is being added to the amount before the discount is taken off, tax is 6.% example
-20% discount
total is 8.60
we need it to add the tax after the discount, how do we re-program
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Cash Registers
Expert:  BestOne1943 replied 9 months ago.

On most Sam4s there is a place on the discount key programming for the choice of taxable or non-taxable, look for it again on the programming of the discount percentage key programming. Do I want the discount to be taxable or non-taxable?

Let me know if this helps, please.

Customer: replied 9 months ago.

i dont have the manual at this time

Expert:  BestOne1943 replied 9 months ago.

I can transmit the manual to you but it may cost more that way.

Expert:  BestOne1943 replied 9 months ago.

The manual is $15.50 extra, but you do need it.

Customer: replied 9 months ago.

the manual was at a different building for us i went and got it last night took it home, read it from front to back, it tells me on page 49 that it can be done but it refers to page 180 on how to do it. What i would like an answer on is what the settings for n1-n6 should be.

Expert:  BestOne1943 replied 9 months ago.

Are you referring to "%1-%5 Function Key Options"?

I am not familiar with your needs but it is asking a question at each N1-N6. You must answer each question then sum up the totals into the SUM column.

N1 for example mostly is done by percentage, so enter 0.

Key is inactive, no so enter 0

% key is active in X only, no enter 0 SUM of all N1 is 0


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