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Micros 2700 Problem

Micros 2700 Problem

Micros 2700 Problem

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Hi I have got an old Micros System from a friend without manuals for it. I know a little bit about programming have programmed the menu items and the keyboard , butr i still have a problem: i want to have a button on the keyboard so i can directly enter the NLU nummer of an item to book it ,at the moment it is programmed to open a menu for first
where you have to choose an item . Does anybody know how to pprogramm it for directly entering nlu numbers?

>Thank you very much for helping!

Schneemann

RE: Micros 2700 Problem

Use key codes 0080 - 008B. That gives you 12 NLU keys on the keyboard. At the menu item put in the keybrd column 000080 (for NLU #80) OR if the item is on both the keybrd and on the NLU list use the 1st four digits for the keybrd and the 5th & 6th for the NLU IE 040180. Don't forget to put the actual NLU # in the menu item programming so that you can ring up the item.
Current software versions for the 2700 keybrd model allow an add'l 16 NLU keys, I believe it's ver 3.20 and higher.
Hope this helps.

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