Can I make a 2 pages receipt?

I have a client that needs to print 2 copies of the receipt. One for the customer and one for loading employees. Is there a way to page the receipt 2 pages so different information can be on each page?


Thank you for posting, nicole.kincade.

I can help you with printing 2 pages receipt.

Are you referring to credit card receipts? If yes, you can print two copies of the receipt: a signature copy and the customer's copy

However, if you use a two-ply receipt paper that prints both copies at the same time you should turn off this option, or you will end up with four copies of credit card receipts. Set this option independently for each workstation on the print options page of workstation preferences.

That's it. However, if you mean something else, let me know. I'm always glad to help in any way I can. Take care and have a wonderful day. 

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