See how to open your cash register to start working, whether selling or managing your inventory.
1. Access the REGISTER screen, on the left side menu.
2. On the Current register tab, click on OPEN REGISTER, in the lower right corner.
3. Inform the OPENING BALANCE of the register.
4. Click on OPEN REGISTER.
5. Press YES to confirm opening.
Done! The register is open and your store is ready to start posting inventory and sales.
1. How to Start
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