Tutorial: Enable Print Shift Summary

Tutorial: Enable Print Shift Summary

Print Shift Summary allows you to print out a summary of the shift directly onto the receipt printer.  This is performed on Shift Close and can either be manually printed or automatically printed. The summary can then be attached to the daily cash deposit.  

Step 1: Enable Print Shift Summary

  1. In NetSuite, "Print Shift Summary" selects how the summary of the shift should be printed on the receipt.

Example Print Shift Summary

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