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Problem with Guest checks

Problem with Guest checks

Problem with Guest checks

(OP)
Hi ,

I have an Micros 2700 system with integrated guest check printer and i have two problems for first i want to change the font size of the lines on the guest check because its two small so guests cant read it and i would like to change the texts printed on guest checks and reports because im using the system in an other language than english.

Thank you for helping.

RE: Problem with Guest checks

I'm not aware of any way to change the fonts...anywhere on the model 2700. However, you can modify what prints above the guest check (called the header - you have three lines) and below the check (called the trailer - you get six lines). Enter the database SHIFT-ENTER, 2-1-2-1-2-2. Here you'll see the header, page down to see/modify the check's trailer. Good Luck!

RE: Problem with Guest checks

(OP)
Hi TobeThor,

Thank you for helping. I have for example send made the slip printer the printer for order reciepts and therefor its automatically changing the fonts to larger size for
Printing the Header ***SEAT 1** for example but when using it for guest checks its just printing with the smallest font. I friend has a micros pos too and unses the roll printer for guest checks , there for example The header ** RESTAURANT** is printed larger then the rest of the guest check. Does anybody know how this works?

Greetings
Snowman

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