Z-out report in a multi-workstation environment

Because we are in the multi-workstation environment, zout report is for all of the registers.  Sometimes the cash draw is off but we don't know which cash register was off.  How can we determine this if the zout report for all of the registers?


Hello there, kenneth,

Let's filter the Z-out report to help identify which workstation is off.

First thing you need to do is to collate each of the workstation's register/POS computers designation. Here's how:

  1. Go to the File menu, choose Preferences, then select Workstation.
  2. Select General to show the designated workstation number.

Next is to modify the Z-out report. Please see steps below:

  1. Go to the Reports menu, then select Report Center.
  2. Choose the All reports tab, then put a check mark beside the Prompt to modify reports.. box below.
  3. Click the Filter Data button to pull up the Z-out report.
  4. Select the Dialogue box launcher, then select the desired workstation number.
  5. Click OK, then choose Save.
  6. Hit Run once done.
After completing the steps above, you'll be able generate a Z-out report to view or locate which of the workstation is off.

That'll keep you going, kenneth. Should you have further concerns about pulling up reports in QuickBooks Point of Sale, please don't hesitate to leave a comment below. I'm just around if you need help.
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