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SurePOS 500

Point of Sale Terminal
Operations Manual

NuVisions Networks
April 2002

SurePOS 500 Manual May 8, 2002 Page 2 of 20

Table of Contents

Introduction ...........................................................................................................3
Icons................................................................................................................................ 4
Basic Operation ....................................................................................................6
Manager’s Mode ...................................................................................................7
Creating and Editing Menus ........................................................................................... 7
Changing Button Labels ............................................................................................... 10
Creating, Editing, or Deleting Passwords ..................................................................... 10
Reports .......................................................................................................................... 10
Information about Saved Transactions ......................................................................... 11
Operator’s Mode .................................................................................................11
Change Menus .............................................................................................................. 12
Card Inquiries................................................................................................................ 12
Download Saved Transactions...................................................................................... 13
Ringing up Sales ........................................................................................................... 13
Ringing Two Customers ........................................................................................... 14
Completing the Transaction.......................................................................................... 15
Using the SurePOS 500 Setup Program.............................................................16
NuVisions Networks Group Setup Sheet ............................................................19
NuVisions Menu Setup Form ..............................................................................20

customer display. menus can be changed. and offline transactions can be downloaded. While in manager’s mode. and printer controls are disabled. The system operates in two different modes – manager’s mode and operator’s mode. but the manager programming controls and server networking capabilities are left intact. When modified to operate on a regular computer the cash drawer. The terminal is completely capable of being included in the domain and has full networking capabilities. The SurePOS 500 program can be modified to run not only on the terminal. sales can be rung up. but also on any Windows 2000® computer to allow for easy menu programming. passwords can be set. display button labels can be modified. Below is a depiction of the SurePOS 500 in manager’s mode - . 2002 Page 3 of 20 Introduction The SurePOS 500 Point of Sale Terminal is a full functional computer built upon a Windows 2000® operating system. and reports can be printed (no printing while set on a regular computer).SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. menus can be created. While in operator’s mode.

2002 Page 4 of 20 You can tell that it is in manager’s mode because there is an exit button on the bottom left and a report button on the bottom and the obvious “Manager Logged On” in the display. Icons Before going any further. Will allow any employee to clock in using the time and attendance feature. Along the bottom there are eight icons (when in manager’s mode – the report and the exit icon are not visible when in operator’s mode). Will allow for a discount quantity (not percentage) to be subtracted. Starting on the left hand side each icon will do the following depending on the mode: . I will go over each of the icons one at a time. This will allow one customer to search for their ID card or money while the next customer is being assisted. A manager cannot ring up sales. Each icon has a different function depending on whether in operator or manager’s mode. The Point of Sale Terminal has a touch screen to replace a mouse and all items require only a single touch. When in manager’s mode the optional keyboard should be attached. each icon will provide the following operation when tapped: Will print a receipt if the POS is not set to print a receipt after every sale. The POS will allow two operators to be logged on at the same time and will allow each operator to ring up two customers simultaneously. Under the screen is a port for the keyboard as well as the on/off button. Will run an inquiry on a card number – giving number of meals left as well as dollar balances in all accounts. Will allow any employee to clock out using the time and attendance feature. Along the right hand side there are six icons. Will allow a card number to be manual input using the keypad. To ring up sales an operator must be logged on. When using the touch screen to use the operating system after exiting the program a double tap on the screen will act the same as a double mouse click.SurePOS 500 Manual May 8.

These items are deleted prior to any sale be finalized and are not listed anywhere. Will remove the last item in the list – may be used as many times as necessary to remove as many items as needed. This button can be set to be on all of the time during setup and training. Along the top right there are eight icons (one is not shown in the diagram). 2002 Page 5 of 20 Will allow a manager to log in Will allow a manager to create or edit the menu buttons or allow an operator to change the menu Will allow an operator to log in – the POS terminal allows two operators to be logged in at the same time. When in manager mode this will allow a manager to change or add login passwords Will allow a manager to print the X or Z reading reports Will open the cash drawer (this can be disabled) When this icon is visible the POS has been offline and needs to have saved transactions downloaded to the server (see the offline transactions section for additional information) Will shut down the SurePOS 500 program and allow the manager to get to the operating system.SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. Will void entire sale. Will change the display from showing the most recent item to showing . Starting at the top left around the display window the icons will do the following: Will allow the operator to scroll up through the display window if there are more items than will fit in the display screen Will allow the operator to scroll down through the display window if there are more items than will fit in the display screen.

This way the menus can be created at any time and made available to the operators. This process allows managers to create single specialty menus such as holiday specials each having 6 different pages – one for each holiday. Each menu provides the information necessary to create six different screens or pages. Operators can also navigate through various menus even in the middle of a sale. When two operators are logged on at the same time then this will appear and point to the direction of the operator using the POS. . Each page is then divided into six rows and eight columns to create 48 possible touch items displayed in a single page and 288 possible items in any menu. Operators can move between each page by simply pressing the appropriate button. Basic Operation The SurePOS 500 is basically a touch screen driven point of sale terminal that uses a built in menu to specify the buttons on main part of the screen as shown below: Note that the square buttons below the display screen can be configured to be any name. Will allow the operator two switch to customer two if ringing two customers. 2002 Page 6 of 20 the sale total and card number (if appropriate). When arrow point to the right operator one is presently using the system and when pointing to the left operator two is using the system. Will allow the operator two switch to customer one if ringing two customers.SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. The operators merely have to change the menus (process described in the Operator’s Mode section). The six buttons below the display area are labeled with the names of the six page names.

press the menu icon and a message box will pop up that allows you to choose a menu already on the POS or create a new menu.SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. When the manager is logged on the display will read “Manager Logged On” and the manager logon icon will change from black and white to color. To exit the system just press the exit button and the SurePOS program will shut down leaving the Windows 2000® desktop It is necessary to connect a keyboard to the SurePOS 500 before working on menus. and menu icon change. In Manager’s Mode select the Exit Icon and after the program terminates tap the Start button on the lower left hand side. and then either “Restart” or “Shut Down. choose “Shut Down”. If you want to edit a . Manager’s Mode While in Manager’s Mode the following functions are available: Create or edit menus Change button labels Create. When a manager is logged on the original actions for the page buttons. operator logon icon. At this point the manager can access all functions – the report and exit icons will also be visible. or buttons. Managers must be logged on to access these features. passwords. Creating and Editing Menus First. The Point of Sale Terminal must be shut off before connecting the keyboard. menu items.” While the SurePOS 500 is restarting connect the keyboard to the proper port under the display screen. edit. It is advised that the manager’s password be changed as soon as possible. For multiples of the same item the operator only needs to touch a number value and then an item and that number of items will be displayed with the appropriate value. 2002 Page 7 of 20 To insure security an operator must be logged on before any operation. then the manager taps the number keys for the password (the first time use 1-2-3-4-5). or delete logon passwords View or print reports Exit the system All SurePOS 500’s have the default manager’s password of 12345 and no operators passwords when shipped. If you want to edit the present menu there is no need to press this button. To log on first the manager taps the manager’s logon icon described above. This section describes how manager’s can access and use each of the functions listed above.

but with practice it becomes fairly easy. page five from 193 to 240 and page six from 241 to 288. The button labels will change as determined by the menu. The next two lines “Line One” and “Line Two” allow the manager to type in the description on the item icon. The preset number cannot be changed. First step to creating a page is to label the page button. but you can’t change the button function. As explained the board is broken into small squares – 6 rows by 8 columns. The next line is for the . The first page is numbered 1 through 48 with 1 being in the top left corner. You can change the button label. 2002 Page 8 of 20 different menu tap that menu name and to create a new menu tap the <<Create New Menu>> line and a message box will appear asking for the name of the menu. The forty-eight spaces are laid out in a matrix on the setup page at the end of the instruction book. Use at most 9 letters per line. Place the single item price in the “Price Price/Lb” space. This box looks the same as an operator sees except for the first line. The next step will be to create the individual items. Page three goes from 97 to 144. On the back page of this instruction manual is a form to develop appropriate menu information. You cannot change the order of pages once they are programmed. When an operator taps one of the names the menu will change to allow for them to choose new items. If the SurePOS has an attached scale then the price per pound of the item is placed in the price area. When a manager taps one of the menu names. When the space is tapped an edit screen appears. Type the new name to be displayed in the text box part of the box.SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. We strongly urge users to complete this form before actually creating a menu – it will make the process easier. If the manager has chosen to create a new menu then a blank area will appear where the items belong and the page buttons will be number 1 – 6. The first row is numbered 1 through 8 and the first spot on the second row (left most square of the second row will be numbered 9). The name will now appear on the button. The first button on the left hand side will bring up the first page and each button in turn will bring up the next page. At the top of the screen is the preset number. the menu also changes but for editing – the menu will appear in the menu area. When first programming the menu it can be difficult to determine the proper area. This is the name that will show up in the dialog box. The presets for the second page start at 49 in the top left corner and go to 96 in the bottom right corner. page four from 145 to 192. Too edit one of the space tap the board in the proper area. Simply tapping the appropriate button will open a dialog box.

This is good for snacks or other like items that are grouped together but have multiple price values. If the manager desires a miscellaneous key. Each checkbox on the left serves a different function Taxed – allows for that item to be taxed at the tax rate in the registry - only items that are check marked can be taxed Condiment – item is not included in the regular price but is an additional item such as cheese. An input box will be displayed to change the label name. When ready to switch to the next page. The memo space is used to store information for the manager that will not be displayed. if you do not want to change the label just click “OK” The menu is saved on the SurePOS 500 in a special file with the menu name as the name of the file and “. This input box comes up each time you tap a page button. We suggest either using colors to separate the columns or colors to combine items from the same category or type. You can make one of each menu and then copy this file to all of the other SurePOS 500 to ensure that all of the operators are using the same menu items and prices. This process is continued for every item on the page. simply tap the page button for that page. Weighed – there is a scale attached and the item is to be weighed with the tare weight subtracted and the price is determined by the weight in pounds and the price per pound Typed in Price – there is no set price so the operator supplies a price each time the item is used.mnu” as the extension. Group numbers are used to create product movement reports. Remote Printer – if there is a remote printer such as a kitchen printer – this item will then be printed on the kitchen printer without a price No item can be rung unless it is on a menu. etc. You can also create a menu on a regular computer running the computer version of the SurePOS 500 program and then copy these menus into every one of the actual POS terminals.SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. you will have to use a separate item space for each different container unless the tare weight is the same. All items with the same group number are counted together. then one must be created on the menu with the “Typed in Price” value checked. You choose the color of the item button using the color option button list on the far right side. The group information box is used to hold a group number. A Group Number Worksheet is included at the end of this instruction book. 2002 Page 9 of 20 tare weight of the plate for the weighed items. This process is especially helpful if you have all of your terminals networked and then mapped to a host machine. .

At the bottom of the report are four buttons providing the manager with four choices: . Notice that the manager’s password entry box is only large enough to fit one password since there is only one manager’s password allowed. or 5 in order. or Deleting Passwords Manager’s can access the password editing functioning by tapping either padlock icon on the bottom of the register. Like the menu page button labels. All passwords must be numeric – no letters or punctuation allowed. Each button has a pre-assigned function. Changes can be made to this password by re-entering a new password. Simply clicking on any of the buttons will bring up the same input text box as explained in the above section. This will bring up the password editing dialog box shown to the right. In one column will be the non-resettable totals and the other will be the totals since the last time the SurePOS drawer was cleared. The top six buttons will charge the different accounts – the first will charge declining balance and the next five will charge accounts 1. A report will then appear providing two columns of information. To edit an operator’s password delete the old password and add a new correct one. You cannot directly edit an operator’s password like the manager’s password. The ability to change the labels allows the manager to put the college’s own account name on the register. Creating. 4.SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. To delete an operator’s password simply select the password in question by tapping it – the password will become highlighted and then tap the “Delete” button. When you tap the report icon a small box appears with two command buttons – one marked Drawer One and the other marked Drawer Two Choose the drawer being checked. The password will automatically disappear from the list. Type in the new value in the text box and tap okay. To add a new number simply tap the “Add New” button and a password insert screen will appear as shown to the right. Reports When in manager’s mode a new icon appears at the bottom of the screen to allow access to the reporting features of the SurePOS 500. 2. 2002 Page 10 of 20 Changing Button Labels The labels for the 10 buttons to the left of the large display screen can be changed while in manager’s mode. 3. you can only change the label not the button function. Editing.

Download Saved Transactions – the terminal will store the transactions on the hard drive to be downloaded when the server connection is available. The iAmecs system does not record or use the time or date of the transaction on the POS terminal. Operator one taps the left “lock icon” and operator two taps the right “lock icon”. A manager does not need a separate operator’s password. Editor’s Note: The new iAmecs Advanced version does use the time and date of the actual transaction when recording downloaded transaction so the downloaded transactions will be held listed in the database at the time and date of the original transaction and not at the time and date of the download. . they cannot be lost. as the manager’s password can also be an operator’s password. Operator’s Mode While in operator’s mode the following functions are available: Change menus Do card inquiries Download saved transactions Ring up sales An operator must be logged on to operate the SurePOS 500. 2002 Page 11 of 20 “Print & Clear” – will print a copy of the report and clear all of the totals from the machine – Z reading “Print” – will print a copy of the report. If the password is correct the lock will open and the display will say Operator One (Two) Logged On. Downloads must be performed during the same meal period to be credited for that meal period. but rather the time and date the transaction is recorded at the host which would be the time and date the transaction is downloaded. Since the transactions are saved. Now all of the operator functions are available. should the POS be restarted. then taps the appropriate number keys for the password and then taps the lock icon again. but will not clear the total from the machine – X reading “Clear” – will clear the machine but will not print a copy of the report “OK” – will close the report and not clear any totals nor print a copy of the report Information about Saved Transactions If the SurePOS 500 goes offline for any number of reasons – See Operator’s Mode. To log on the cashier taps the lock icon.SurePOS 500 Manual May 8.

The menu chosen determines the items available and the names of the pages. 2002 Page 12 of 20 Change Menus Each menu created by the manager is stored in a separate file on the SurePOS 500 and operators can access all of the menus. To load a menu simply tap the menu icon at the bottom of the screen – it is the item that looks like an open book with page numbers 1 and 2 at the top. After pressing the icon either the screen displayed on the right will appear showing how many meal remain for the student for that particular period either the end of the week for the weekly meal plans and semester or yearly for the semester or year meal plans. When you tap that icon the operator’s menu access display box is shown and the operator chooses the appropriate menu name.SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. Card Inquiries The SurePOS 500 provides a complete picture of a students account. If no items are displayed then a menu must be loaded. The card icon is the picture of a hand holding a card. The SurePOS 500 will always open up displaying the last menu used. You can either swipe the student’s card through the card reader on the side of the SurePOS 500 or you can input the students card number using the keypad and then tap the card icon on the left hand side. If two operators are logged on at the same time or if an operator is ringing up to customers at the same time the menu chosen will be the menu available for both operators or customers. . If the card is does not exist in the database then the right display box will show “Error Card Not Found” and if the SurePOS 500 is offline – lost connection to the server then the message “Server Offline Transaction Stored” will be displayed and the Saved Transactions icon will appear at the bottom of the screen. Changing menus does not affect previously selected items and does not affect the previous items in the sale presently in progress. Menus may be changed as often as necessary and may be changed while in the middle of sale.

These transactions should be downloaded within the same meal period if possible. etc. It is advisable that operators wait for an appropriate time to download these transactions as to not inconvenience too many customers. Ringing up Sales This. This icon will continue to be displayed as long as transactions remain on the POS. 2002 Page 13 of 20 Download Saved Transactions Whenever the SurePOS 500 goes off-line and loses its connection to the server transactions are immediately stored on the hard drive. of course. As soon as all of the transactions have been sent to the server the icon will disappear. check all connections. card number. exit from program and try to ping main center IP address SurePOS 500 lost socket – restart SurePOS 500 Network is down – contact IT department Whenever the SurePOS 500 finds saved transactions in its internal database the “Saved Transactions” icon is displayed. meal equivalence. is the main function of the SurePOS 500.SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. Sales can only be taken while an operator is logged on and items can only be rung if they exist on a menu. It has been streamlined to provide the greatest operation with the least amount of effort. When the POS regains its connection to the server these transactions must be downloaded (they are not automatically downloaded as with some of the readers). You will not see the items that were ordered for these transactions since the only the following information is saved and then downloaded – reader number. transaction type (declining balance. The connection can be lost for a number of reasons such as: Server program shut down on the host computer – contact main center Host computer shut off or otherwise not in service – contact main center Host computer lost connection to the network – contact main center SurePOS 500 lost connection to the network – restart SurePOS 500.) and the total amount of the transaction. There is no miscellaneous key so there can be no miscellaneous entries without the manager knowledge. This means even if the SurePOS 500 is shutdown completely or just restarted these transactions are not lost. Once the operator begins downloading transactions the SurePOS 500 will continue sending the downloaded transactions until all are sent. .

Please note that as soon as the operator finishes ringing customer . You can continue taking new customers under customer two while customer one is being held. The void icon is the icon with the red circle with the line through it. The right facing arrow chooses customer one and the left facing arrow chooses customer two. This will bring up the menu items on that page. To choose an item that has a price simply tap the colored item label with the desired name and the item name and value will appear in the right display. To ring up multiples of the same item just tap the number of items first and then the appropriate key and that number of items will be added. At any time an operator can flip between customers by simply tapping the appropriate arrow.SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. The right display and the customer display will always show the last item rung. To void the entire sale tap the void icon below the right display. 2002 Page 14 of 20 To move from page to page in the menu simply tap the appropriate page name button above the menu. just leave that sale as is and tap the other arrow. Instead of waiting for a customer to fish our an ID card or to walk back to their seat to get money or a card. In the event there are so many items that they go beyond the capacity of the list box. Ringing Two Customers Operators can ring two customers simultaneously by using the left and right facing arrows under the right display. This will allow for a new customer to be helped and will not affect the other sale in progress. First. operators can scroll through the items by tapping the upward or downward facing arrows next to the list box. customer display and in the item list as shown on the right. To use the “Typed in Price” key such as the item marked “one” with no price. To display a subtotal click the green question mark under the right display. type in the price value desired and then tap the key. To remove the last item from the list click the left facing arrow next to the list.

If the equivalence equals or is greater than the total. the sale for customer one will be displayed.SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. The same process is used for the bottom button marked “Cash No Tax” with the only difference being that the total will not include the tax. If you are going to split the tender and use cash as part of the payment. Operator can use any of the other methods to tender the rest of the order. The order cannot be voided at this point – it must be completed by charging the rest of the order to either one of the accounts or payment with cash. Finally. If the operator desires to continue ringing sales using customer two then the operator will have to continue tapping the other arrow key. The operator chooses the tender by pressing one or more of the buttons on the left hand side. An amount must be placed into the SurePOS 500. The bottom two buttons are used for the two types of cash sales the first type “Cash” – second button from the bottom is for cash sales that will include the sales tax. Completing the Transaction Once you have rung all of the items. Also. you may use any of the available accounts to pay for an item. 2002 Page 15 of 20 two. When this button is pressed the label changes from “Cash” to “Tendered”. The operator has a number of choices – each will be explained below: Meal Equivalence – by pressing the equivalence button (may be labeled with another name – but it is the fourth button from the bottom) will automatically deduct the equivalence amount listed in the database from the total. . and finally if the amount of the equivalence is less than the total then the display will read “OK [amount] To Go Eq Over By [amount]” with the [amount] being the difference between the equivalence value and the total. Once the amount the customer gives to the operator is typed in the operator taps the “Tendered” button. You may check the balance of any card at any time even while a sale is already in progress. Each button will access the proper account or cash amount. you may split the cost of the item over several different accounts and cash. then cash must be the last tender accepted. If the amount is too low the display will tell of the error otherwise it will say OK and give the change amount. operator must take some form of tender to pay for the items rung. The display will read “Cash [amount]” on the first line and “Tendered $” on the second line with no amount. To finalize the sale. if the student has already eaten that meal then the display will read “Error Meal Eaten”. an operator cannot simply open the drawer by hitting the “Tendered” button again. you can see the total by tapping the question mark just under the display. the display will read “Pass Thank You”. that amount will appear on the second line of the display. As the operator taps in the amount tendered.

You can change several of the items by making changes to this form. These button names should display your organizations particular name for each of these accounts. Using the SurePOS 500 Setup Program Several pieces of information are necessary for the proper operation of the POS and this information is specific to the location. Each item on the form will be discussed to provide information as to what that item does and what effect changes will make on the program. A setup program has been included with the POS and is accessed outside of the normal program. If you need to connect a keyboard first go to the “Start Button” on the bottom left of the desktop. Tap the button and choose shutdown. Managers must have a keyboard connected. Two items will be displayed – on the first line it will say OK and tell the amount left to collect and on the second will the balance in the account will be displayed. While the machine is restarting or is off connect the keyboard. and then log back into the SurePOS and close the program. The buttons access the accounts from Declining Balance on the top button through Accounts 1 to 5 on the next five buttons.SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. simply type in the amount and then tap the appropriate account button. . You can either shut down completely or restart. In the event there is not enough balance left in the account the display will show “Error” on the first line and the amount left in that account on the bottom line. To access this program the manager must first login to the POS using the manager’s password. and then press the exit button to display the standard Windows 2000 desktop. This will bring up the Setup Program displayed. 2002 Page 16 of 20 To charge the total amount to a particular account simply tap the button with that account name listed. If you want to charge a specific amount to any account. Once at the desktop find the icon marked SurePOS500 Setup Program and double tap it.

SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. When unchecked this feature is disabled. Manager Opens Drawer – When this is checked then the open drawer icon will only appear when a manager is logged in. your SurePOS 500 program may not open. This is printed on the top of every report to identify the particular terminal. In the event terminal does not go back on line. It can be left as the name of the client or changed to any other line of text material desired. This is often used in the very beginning during setup and training to allow for fast exiting of the program to make adjustments Save Journal – When this is checked then a complete journal is saved in the database recording every action by storing each change in the display by order number. When unchecked the open drawer icon will always appear. When unchecked operators will have to press the receipt button (the picture of the printer on the top left). Operators must press the receipt button before going to the next sale. If the terminal is having a lot problems often service technicians will want to uncheck this value to view all of the errors as they occur. This setting must always point to the actual location of the database on the particular terminal. Client Name for Receipts – This is actually the first line printed on each receipt. This will be setup during the installation process. POS Name for Reports – This name is not printed on the receipt. managers should ping that address to see if the terminal has connection. Install Directory – This also is set during installation and should not be changed unless the actual location of the programs on the terminal is changed. Sales Tax Rate – This holds the sales tax rate stored in hundredths. Fast Exit – When this is checked the exit button will appear all of the time instead of just in manager’s mode. . Do not change this setting unless you actually change the location of the database on the particular machine. 2002 Page 17 of 20 Data Path for Databases – This is setup during installation. Many errors occur which do actually effect the operation of the machine. Server IP Address – This is the IP address for the host machine running the SurePOS500 Server program. In other words a 6% tax rate would be . If you change this setting inadvertently. but must be changed anytime the server is moved to a different machine. Always Print Receipt – When this is checked then a receipt will be created for every transaction. Trap Errors – When unchecked all error messages will be sent to the screen instead of stored in a file.06 and a 7-½ % tax rate would be .075. Message on Receipt – This is the second line printed on the top of every receipt.

Card Start and Card Length – The iAmecs system can only accept card numbers with lengths of 10 digits. . Often they will use a 16-digit number that includes a standard 6-digit preamble. 2002 Page 18 of 20 Reader Address – This is where you place the address for this particular terminal as stored in the main database. but many of our clients use various other number types in conjunction with other vendors.SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. Managers set the values for card start and card length to instruct the terminal where to read the 10-digit card number Timeout – This value sets how long the terminal should wait for a response from the server before determining it is off-line.

SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. 2002 Page 19 of 20 NuVisions Networks Group Setup Sheet Group # Group Name Group # Group Name Group # Group Name .

Grill Items. SurePOS 500 Manual May 8. Sandwiches # Line One Line Two Price Tax Y/N Group # 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 3 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 4 5 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 6 7 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 8 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 9 10 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 11 12 13 14 Use the above template to choose 15 the proper placement of the items 16 17 18 Each menu item has two lines 19 text such as 20 21 Large 22 23 Soda 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 . 2002 Page 20 of 20 NuVisions Menu Setup Form Page Name _____________________________________ For best results pages should be logical division such as Beverages.