Voiding an Invoice

Every once in a while you may have an invoice that you wish you could reverse or make disappear.  You do have the option to void the invoice to undo all of the transactions posted by the invoice. [Inventory Onhand updates, sales history, etc.]

To void an invoice, follow these steps:

  1. From the Menu Screen, click on Find Invoice.  (If the sale was today, a good shortcut is to click on the Today’s Posted Sales button, then go to step 3.)
  2. Enter find criteria. (i.e.: Invoice number, customer name, date posted, etc.)  Click on Find. A list of records found will appear.
  3. Click on the Magnifying glass of the invoice in question.  A Sales View screen will appear.
  4. Click on the Void button.
  5. The solution will prompt you one more time.  Click Yes to Void.

Voiding an invoice will remove the transaction, but the invoice will stay in PayGo as a voided invoice. It cannot be deleted or reused.

PayGo is a solution provider for independent retailers based in Rochester, Minnesota. Our primary focus is on point of sale / retail management software. We also offer a Merchant Account integration, a WooCommerce integration, Digital Marketing Services, and more.

Setting Up the Zebra2824 for Label Printing

PayGo has the ability to print pricing labels in PayGo.  We recommend the Zebra 2824 model at this time. To install the printer on your computer, please do the following:

First, close PayGo for a moment while you add the device.

Macintosh

  1. Plug in the Zebra printer (Power and USB)
  2. Turn the printer on (power switch on right side)
  3. Go to Mac System Preferences (Apple>System Preferences)
  4. Click “Print & Fax”
    Click the “+”
    Highlight the Zebra Printer
  5. Choose “Select Printer Software” next to “Print Using”
    Type “zebra” in the search in the top right then select the line that says “Zebra EPL2 Label Printer” then click OK
    You are now finished installing the Zebra Printer and next you can open PayGo.
  6. Go into settings and under the printer tab.
  7. Change the barcode_printer to the newly added Zebra by clicking the pencil and selecting it from the list.

Note: Additional steps may be required under the preferences tab for label orientation.

Windows

  1. Insert and install the software included on the CD that should have came with the printer and run the installer for your printer model
  2. Plug in the Zebra printer (Power and USB)
  3. Turn the printer on (power switch on right side).  The printer should add itself to the system.
  4. You are now finished installing the Zebra Printer and next you can open PayGo.
  5. Go into settings and under the printer tab.
  6. Change the barcode_printer to the newly added Zebra by clicking the pencil and selecting it from the list.

Note: Additional steps may be required under the preferences tab for label orientation.

PayGo is a solution provider for independent retailers based in Rochester, Minnesota. Our primary focus is on point of sale / retail management software. We also offer a Merchant Account integration, a WooCommerce integration, Digital Marketing Services, and more.

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Both scenarios involve hardware failing and both require an emergency plan.  We’re confident that getting back up and running in PayGo SaaS will be MUCH faster than restoring a computer that houses your POS program and data.

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