Printing Checks

Keep in mind that there are two ways to print a check:

Method #1. Printing the check that is currently open in the Receipt Window

Method #2. Not having a check open and choosing which check to print from a list of orders (if you do not keep track of tables) or table list/map if you do keep track of tables.



Method #1.

STEP 1:
At any time during the transaction, select the Check Tab, then select the Print a Check button.

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STEP 2:
The check will then print to your printer.


 

Method #2 – if you do not keep track of tables:

STEP 1:
With no order loaded, select the Load Order button. Or you can select the Print a Check… button on the Check Tab.

 

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STEP 2:
   – select the Print button on the bottom
   – select the check that needs to be printed from the list of orders.
   – the check should print to your printer

 

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Method #2 – if you do keep track of tables:

STEP 1:
With no order loaded, select the Load Order button. Or you can select the Print a Check… button on the Check Tab.

 

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STEP 2a:
   – select the Print button on the bottom
   – select the table that needsits check printed. You may need to select another room, here shown as Bar (selected), Main and Patio.
   – the check should print to your printer

 

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STEP 2b:
You can also choose to view the tables in a list. To do so, select the List View button.

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Then press the Print button and select the proper table from the list. The check should print to your printer.

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Also note that you can view thumbnail versions from the tables page by selecting either the All Tills button, the Till button (shown here as “Till 100”) or the By Server button.

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Selecting one of these “Filter” buttons will show a current view of orders for all tills, or all orders of the current till, or of the server currently logged in.

The “Till 100” filter is shown as an example below.

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