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Micros 3700 Macro - Change Screen

Micros 3700 Macro - Change Screen

Micros 3700 Macro - Change Screen

(OP)
Hey,
I am trying to setup a Macro to change screens once the server orders an item. I would normally do this with a condiment, but in this case I need to have another sub level if they choose a specific item and display those condiments. Is there a way I can have a macro order the menu item, I have this part, and then change to the next screen I want to display?

Thanks!

RE: Micros 3700 Macro - Change Screen

can you use the next screen on touchscreen designer? Will go complete the macro, then next screen

RE: Micros 3700 Macro - Change Screen

(OP)
Okay thanks! I was told a little while ago that this would be perfect for a combo meal. I haven't done one of those yet, so I may be back.

RE: Micros 3700 Macro - Change Screen

Why not use combo for the combo meal? Gives more flexibility

RE: Micros 3700 Macro - Change Screen

(OP)
I think that's what I said.

RE: Micros 3700 Macro - Change Screen

(OP)
After talking with the users, it turned out there were making it more complicated than it needed to be. Resolved.

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