Learn how to give discounts on sales and debt payments quickly through this tutorial.
It is quite common for stores to work with discounts, aiming round values to facilitate the exchange lower values for customers among others. The NEXTAR Software offers a quick and practical system to give discounts. See below:
During your sale notice that at the lower bottom there is the "Discount (F3)" button. To give this discount click on this option or press the F3 key.
A discount window will open on the screen. In this window you can give the discount in value or percentage. Finally click "Save (F2)" or press the F2 key to continue sale normally.
All set! Discount at the time of sale successfully done.
To give a discount for a debit payment is quite simple. During a debit payment, advance to the final payment screen. Note at the top the option "Discount F3". Click this button or press the F3 key.
A discount window will open on the screen. Like the previous case enter the value or percentage off. Click "Save (F2)" to finalize and proceed with the payment.
All Set! Discount given to the Debt payment successfully!
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