Everything you do revolves around the Artisan cash register. It’s the center of sales activity, from here you’ll record sales, returns, add customers, create layaways, accept payments, apply credits, and more.
There are several sections to look at on this screen. The most important being the item table that records what items being purchased, their price, quantity, description, and whether or not the item is discounted. Unlike the previous version, Artisan 4.2 allows you the ability to customize this table to suit your needs. For example, you have the ability to add extra fields such as the item Inventory Location, item Category, the sale’s Cashier, and more.
In Artisan 3.5 you had the ability to place sales “On Hold.” Just like Artisan 3.5, Artisan 4.2 offers its users a more intuitive way to put a sale “On Hold.” It has the ability to have multiple screens, of any type, open at once. With this functionality, you can place a sale on hold simply by opening up another screen. To toggle between screens, all you have to do is click the screen entry on the left hand side.
The Artisan Cash Register
There are four main components are the