Every terminal user has three properties:
• User name: an alphanumeric name which can be up to 20
characters. The name appears on reports and makes it easier
to track sales. Your terminal does not have an alphabetic
keyboard; to enter a letter on the terminal, press a number
key, then the ALPHA key to toggle between letters. For
example, to enter the letter X, press 9 ALPHA ALPHA.
|Numeric Key||Alpha Keys|
|Star||Comma, Quote, Double quote|
|Hashtag||!, :, ;, @, =, &, /, \, %, $, _|
• Security level: employee, shift supervisor, or manager. All
users can sell products, but only certain security levels can
perform administrative tasks and print reports .
• Security code: a 7-digit number. To guard against theft and
fraud, every transaction requires the user to enter a security
code. The first three digits are the user ID and the last four
digits are the user password. When you add a user, the
terminal assigns the user ID automatically and the manager
enters the password. The terminal never displays or prints the
user password. When the user enters a security code, it is
displayed as asterisks (*).
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