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Micros 2700 - programming one Button as OPEN

Micros 2700 - programming one Button as OPEN

Micros 2700 - programming one Button as OPEN

(OP)
Hi all.
I'm trying to program one button on a Micros 2700 as an OPEN food button (not linked to a menu item).
Cashiers will enter the $$ value.
Now how on earth do I do that?  Can anyone help with the type definition string?

Cheers

PG.

RE: Micros 2700 - programming one Button as OPEN

(OP)
S'OK....
I've figured it out by using the non-user-friendly manual...

PG

RE: Micros 2700 - programming one Button as OPEN

FYI - if you move onto the typedef field and hold shift and touch 5 it will "Zoom" and show you each option bit and a brief description.   You can use shift (4,and 6) for navigation.

RE: Micros 2700 - programming one Button as OPEN

i can not get a hand on manual for micros 2700 ( half touch screen, half keypad) i need to change the tax rate and add new items. If anyone can help me get hands on manual?

RE: Micros 2700 - programming one Button as OPEN

Pitboss, if you need a manual, let me know, I've got a couple of them for the Micros 2700.

Take care,

Micros4less.com

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