In this chapter you find:
The basic options in the new settlement dialog are also shown in .
If you do not need to change anything you can directly click on the button PAID and thus pay the bill, or enter the amount received from the customer in the Paid field. This is done whenever an order is settled in cash. Based on settings in Cash register drawer, the receipt will be printed out and the cash register drawer will open. The payment types displayed in part depend on this setting. If an invoice needs to be made out for the recorded items, go to this chapter.
•Use the cross to close the payment dialog, go back and continue working with the open account.
•Click on the three vertical dots icon in the Account section to display advanced account options. Holding your finger on this icon at length will divide the order and display the window To be settled. Transfer the items you want to have in a separate order and paid separately to this window. See the chapter Divide order.
•Use the button SELECT CUSTOMER to assign the account to a particular customer.
•When entering the payment you can change the paid amounts in the Paid field. The value in Return automatically calculates accordingly and shows the amount to be returned to the customer. Also, in this part click on the payment method to settle the order. The available payment methods depend on this setting. You can change the payment method for an already paid (closed) account in History.
•The Unpaid button will close the account without its payment. Payment history marks the transaction as unsettled and you will be alerted about the unsettled order when the cash register is closed.
•The Print option sends the receipt to the printer.
•The Paid button registers the payment as settled and prints the receipt provided that you have set the appropriate printing task.
•On the left side there are shortcuts for the 14" touch cash register for the Advanced order options.
In addition to simple payments you can also perform some advanced operations with charged items (merging or dividing) in the settlement dialog, with the order itself or with payment methods. Below are the most common operations:
•If you need to divide an order, for example with “separate checks” where several customers at one table pay for their own orders, take a look at Divide order.
•If you need to divide a payment so the customer could use several payment methods at once (one part cash and one part voucher/card), look at Divide payment.
•If you do not want to “fiscalize” (i.e. record with the Financial Administration) a specific order, choose Do not “fiscalize” document.
If you are using ingredients, Dotypos offers also to write-off the used ingredients. It is very easy:
1.In the cash register settings, activate the payment method Write-off.
2.Then you can also find this payment method in the settlement dialog.
3.Charge the products you need to write-off and “settle” the order using the payment method Write-off.
4.The products will be depreciated, including the ingredients.