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MICROS RES 3700 Move menu item from one Chk fired to another

MICROS RES 3700 Move menu item from one Chk fired to another

MICROS RES 3700 Move menu item from one Chk fired to another

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It is a rare issue but a client asks me to remove a menu item marked and fired to the kitchen from a chk and pass it to another because they are constantly wrong when selecting the table.


Do you know if this possibility exists as a natural function in Micros?

RE: MICROS RES 3700 Move menu item from one Chk fired to another

Pick up original check. Split the bill and move the wrong item onto the new check. Pick up the check the item was supposed to go on. Add/transfer your split check onto the correct check.

RE: MICROS RES 3700 Move menu item from one Chk fired to another

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I really appreciate your comment, if it was useful.

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