Learn how to set and increase change limits.
Limiting maximum change allowed is an important safety feature.
In order to do that, first, start a sale and proceed to the Payment Screen. There's no need to add products or select a customer.
Click on the gray gear located at the bottom-right corner of the window to access to "Payment Options".
Enter the max amount of change a cashier will able to give to a customer.
Click the OK button located at the top-left corner of the screen.
An alert message will pop up every time someone tries to exceed the maximum allowed change limit. The message was created to inform the cashier of the maximum permitted amount.
If you receive this message you wish to alter your change limit, just click on "Increase Change Limit". Simply enter another amount and click OK. Nextar will automatically use the new amount change as the default change limit.
All set! You have successfully set a maximum change limit.
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