Manager Operations - Front End

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Item Void

Depending on system programming, a manager's code may be required to void a menu item from a guest check.

  • Note: This applies only after a guest check has been finalized using Done, Send and Done, Send and Continue, etc. Operators may void items at will before a check is finalized.
  • Note: Some restaurants do not require a manager's code to void an item. Voids may be controlled instead through reporting. See Void Report.

If the guest check is not already open, do so, using a manager's code in a passcode secure system, or as the actual server or bartender in a non-passcode secure system.

With the guest check open, highlight the item to be voided by touching it.

If on-screen check building is active, touch the item to highlight it from the Order Entry window, or...

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...press Review Order to bring up the Order Review window and touch the item from there.

In either event, one of the new buttons presented is Void (from the Order Entry window) or Void Item(s) (from the Order Review window).

Press Void or Void Item(s) as appropriate, their function is identical.

Item Void Reasons

A selection of Void Reasons is presented. Make a selection as appropriate for this void by pressing it.

  • Note: Void Reasons are programmable by management and are used as part of the extensive reporting provided by RPOWER. The Void Report is typically part of the Close Day Report string.
Manager's Passcode Entry

Enter a manager's Passcode at the prompt.

Void Confirmation Window

At the confirmation window press Yes to complete the void and return to the guest check, or press No to return to the guest check without voiding the item.

  • Note: Voided items are shown highlighted in red with XX displayed in the item status column. Voided items typically do not print on the guest check, nor in the kitchen, but this is dependent on system programming. Printing voids on the guest check and in the kitchen can provide an additional layer of control.

Continue to void items following the procedure above, or finalize the guest check normally using Done, Send and Done, Print Guest Check, etc.

Void Chit
  • Note: Depending on system programming, a void chit may be printed. The chit details all pertinent information about the void, and should be signed by the manager who authorized the void, thereby providing yet another layer of control.

Check Void

A manager's code will always be required to void an entire guest check.

  • Note: This applies only after a guest check has been finalized using Done, Send and Done, Send and Continue, etc. Operators may effectively void a check at will before it is finalized using Error Correct and Ignore Changes.

If the guest check is not already open, do so, using a manager's code in a passcode secure system, or as the actual server or bartender in a non-passcode secure system.

Press Review Order to open the Order Review window.

Press Void Check.

Void Reasons

Select a Void Reason from those presented by pressing it.

  • Note: There are far fewer reasons to void an entire guest check than to void a menu item!
Manager's Passcode Entry

Enter a manager's Passcode at the prompt.

Void Chit
  • Note: Depending on system programming, a void chit may be printed. The chit details all pertinent information about the void, and should be signed by the manager performing the void, thereby providing additional control.

Credit Card Authorization Void

If the guest check is not already open, do so, using a manager's code in a passcode secure system, or as the actual server or bartender in a non-passcode secure system.

Press Review Order to change to the Order Review window.

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Press Void CC Auth.

  • Note: The red Void Check changed to Void CC Auth when the credit card was authorized!
Confirm Void CC Auth

At the presented confirmation window press Yes to complete the void of the credit card authorization and return to the guest check, or press No to return to the guest check without voiding the authorization.

CC Void Chit - Merchant

After confirmation of the void, the system will print two credit card void chits, the first is the merchant copy...

CC Void Chit - Customer

...the second is the customer copy.

With the credit card authorization voided, continue with normal guest check operations, including void check if appropriate.

  • Note: Depending upon system configuration, a manager's Passcode may be required to void a credit card authorization.

Transfer Table

Depending on system programming, a manager's Passcode may be required to transfer a table.

If the guest check is not already open, do so, using a manager's code in a passcode secure system, or as the actual server or bartender in a non-passcode secure system.

Press Review Order to change to the Order Review window.

Press Transfer Table.

  • Note: The current table number is shown at the top of the button.
Manager Passcode Entry

Enter a manager's Passcode at the prompt.

Table Selection Window

Select the New Table from those presented, changing Room if necessary.

RPOWER wants to know if the server will also be transferred during the operation, or if only the table is being transferred.

Press Yes and RPOWER will later ask for a new server, press No to only transfer the table, press Cancel to quit the operation without doing anything.

Transfer Table Confirmation

RPOWER confirms the table transfer and shows the new table number, 07 in this example.

Press OK.

Transfer Server

Depending on system programming, a manager's Passcode may be required to transfer a server.

If the guest check is not already open, do so, using a manager's code in a passcode secure system, or as the actual server or bartender in a non-passcode secure system.

Press Review Order to change to the Order Review window.

Press Transfer Server.

  • Note: The current server name is shown at the top of the button, the current server ID is shown at the bottom right of the button.
Manager Passcode Entry

Enter a manager's Passcode at the prompt.

Server Selection Window

Select the New Server from those presented.

RPOWER wants to know if the table will also be transferred during the operation, or if only the server is being transferred.

Press Yes and RPOWER will later ask for a new table, press No to only transfer the server, press Cancel to quit the operation without doing anything.

RPOWER confirms the server transfer and shows the new server, Dan B. in this example.

Press OK.

Change Number of Guests

  • Note: A manager's Passcode is not required to change the number of guests on a guest check. It is presented here for completeness only.

If the guest check is not already open, do so, using a manager's code in a passcode secure system, or as the actual server or bartender in a non-passcode secure system.

Press Review Order to change to the Order Review window.

Press Change #Guests.

  • Note: The current guest count is shown at the top of the button.

Enter the New Number of Guests at the prompt.

Override 86

Depending on system programming, a manager's Passcode may be required to order an 86'd item.

Manager's Passcode Entry

If a server, bartender or cashier attempt to order an 86'd item the system may require a manager's Passcode. If so, enter it at the prompt.

Continue after Split

Depending on system programming, a manager's Passcode may be required to perform any operation after splitting a check.

Manager's Passcode Entry

If a server, bartender or cashier attempt any operation on a guest check after it has been split, the system may require a manager's Passcode. If so, enter it at the prompt.

Change In/Out/Delivery Status

Depending on system programming, a manager's Passcode may be required to change the Dine In, Take Out or Delivery status of a check.

If the guest check is not already open, do so, using a manager's code in a passcode secure system, or as the actual server or bartender in a non-passcode secure system.

Press Pick UP.

Press Dine-In, Pick-Up or Delivery as appropriate. Press Cancel to quit without changing the status of the guest check.

Manager's Passcode Entry

Enter a manager's Passcode at the prompt.

Apply Discount/Gratuity

Depending on system programming, a manager's Passcode may be required to apply a Discount (Manager's Discount, Employee Discount, Comp) or Gratuity (15% Gratuity, 18% Gratuity, Open Gratuity, etc.) to a guest check.

If the guest check is not already open, do so, using a manager's code in a passcode secure system, or as the actual server or bartender in a non-passcode secure system.

For a guest check or tab press Review Order to change to the Order Review window, or...

...for a cash sale press either Other Payment/Receipt or Review Order.

Press Discounts & Coupons.

Add Discount or Gratuity

Select the appropriate Discount or Gratuity from those presented.

  • Note: Depending on the menu items present on the guest check, not all Discounts may be available. For example, a Liquor Discount would not be available if no liquor items were present on the guest check, an Employee Discount might be available, but might discount food only, not liquor.
Manager's Passcode Entry

Enter a manager's Passcode at the prompt.

Idle Workstation

Count Down or 86 - Set Count

  • Note: The Count Dn or 86 is dual function. It allows management to set a beginning count available for a menu item that will Count Down during service as the menu item is sold. In addition, RPOWER can turn the menu item button a bright red at a "critical" Count Down level to alert staff that the menu item is getting low. An example might be a swordfish special. The chef would notify management that the beginning count is twenty. Management would then set the Quantity Left to twenty, and the Red on or under... to five or so.

When the Count Down becomes zero, staff cannot order the menu item without a manager's override (see Override 86). That is the second function of the button: setting a menu item's Quantity Left to zero 86's the item, making it unavailable.

From an idle workstation (no transactions active) press Count Dn or 86.

86 Active

Count Dn or 86 lights up to indicate that it is active. Menu items and switches also become active for 86.

Select an item from the current menu panel, or use the switches to change menu panels and select an item from there.

Manager's Passcode Entry

Enter a manager's Passcode at the prompt.

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At the Quantity left - 0 for NONE prompt enter the beginning count for the item.

  • Tip: Enter 0 to simply 86 the item.
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If desired, enter a "critical" count, at the Red on or under... prompt. RPOWER will turn the menu item button bright red when the item count is on or under this amount.

Idle Workstation

Count Down or 86 - Clear Count Down or 86

Count Dn or 86 is a toggle. Use Count Dn or 86 to reverse (un-86) the Count Down or 86 status of an item.

  • Note: RPOWER can be programmed to automatically clear all Count Down & 86 as part of Close Day. This can be a big time saver as opposed to searching menu panels for 86'd items from the previous day.

From an idle workstation (no transactions active) press Count Dn or 86.

86 Active

Count Dn or 86 lights up to indicate that it is active. Menu items and switches also become active for 86.

Select an item with a Count Down applied from the current menu panel, or use the switches to change menu panels and select an item from another there.

Manager's Passcode Entry

Enter a manager's Passcode at the prompt.

Press Yes to clear the count down, press No to leave the item as is.

Cashier (or Server) Entry

Server Bank Read or Close

Depending on system programming, a manager's Passcode may be required to close a server bank.

Press Other Options / More Options to locate Svr Bank Read or Close and press it.

  • Tip: A server bank can also be closed from Manager Functions, see Read/Close Register for details.

At the Cashier prompt enter a manager's Passcode.

Server Bank Selection
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RPOWER displays all of the server banks open in the system. Select the server bank to read or close, or press Back to quit the operation.

Select Close at the selection window.

  • Note: There are very few reasons to Read a server bank. Printing a server bank Read report instead of closing can actually cause confusion later in the day. Depending on system programming, server bank Read may not even be an option, in which case the selection window will be skipped.

A server bank cannot be closed if the server has open checks! Press OK.

  • Tip: Close, discount and close, transfer, or void any open checks before attempting a server bank close.

Confirm the server bank close at the prompt by pressing OK, or press Cancel to quit the operation.

Press Yes to include check detail in the report, press No to print only the server bank report itself, or press Cancel to quit the operation.

  • Note: Check detail is a two line summary of each guest check transaction and is not necessary for server bank reconciliation. Depending on the number of guest checks it can use quite a bit of paper. Typically, press No at the Print Check Detail? prompt.
Server Bank Report

Shown is the first section of a server bank report.

  • Note: While the report provides extensive information, the NET CASH line seen at the bottom of the example is often the only figure of interest. Net cash equals gross cash receipts less paid outs and charge tips and is the amount that the server owes the house. Net cash can be a negative figure, in which case the house owes the server the amount shown.
Cashier (or Server) Entry

Assign Register

Depending on system programming, a manager's Passcode may be required to assign a register.

Before accessing any cash drawer operation, RPOWER requires an operator (cashier or bartender) be assigned to that cash drawer.

  • Tip: A register can also be assigned from Manager Functions, see Assign Register for details.

To assign a cashier or bartender to a cash drawer, from the workstation to be assigned, press Other Options / More Options to locate Assign Register and press it.

Enter a manager's Passcode at the prompt.

Select Operator to Assign

RPOWER presents a cashier selection window displaying all operators clocked into the system with jobs allowing cash drawer operations. Select a bartender or cashier by pressing it, or press Back to quit without assigning a register.

Select a Drawer

If multiple cash drawers are attached to the workstation, RPOWER will present a selection window displaying the available drawers. Select a drawer by pressing it, or press Cancel to quit without assigning a register.

  • Note: Since assigning a register does not raise any real control issues, bartender and cashiers are usually permitted to assign registers themselves, using their own Passcode.

Pay-Out/In

Depending on system programming, a manager's Passcode may be required to perform a pay-out or in.

  • Tip: Pay-Outs/Ins can also be performed from Manager Functions. See Register Pay-Out/In for details.

From an idle, assigned workstation, press Other Options / More Options to locate Pay Out/In and press it.

Manager Passcode Entry

Enter a manager's Passcode at the prompt.

Pay-Out/In Selection

RPOWER presents a Pay-Out/In selection window. Make the appropriate selection by pressing it, or press Cancel to quit the operation.

Payment Type Selection

Depending on system programming, a Payment Method selection window may be presented. If so, make the appropriate payment type selection by pressing it, or press Cancel to quit the operation.

  • Note: Most pay-out/in selections will be programmed to assume Cash, and therefore will not require a payment type selection.
Pay-Out/In Amount Entry

Using the numeric keypad, enter the amount paid-out or received. Press OK to continue, or press Cancel to quit the operation.

  • Tip: When using the numeric keypad, pressing the fuchsia 00 presses OK for you, saving a keystroke!
Payment Reference Note Entry

Optionally, enter a Payment note or reference# using the on-screen keyboard and press Enter when complete, press Enter alone to bypass note entry, or press Esc to quit without completing the pay-out/in.

  • Note: The payment note or reference# will be noted on the transaction voucher, if printed, but RPOWER does not otherwise save or use the reference at this time.
Confirm Payment Reference

Confirm the Payment note reference at the prompt by pressing Yes, or press No to re-enter the note.

Confirm Pay-Out/In

Confirm the Pay-Out/In at the prompt by pressing OK, or press Cancel to quit without completing the pay-out/in.

Pay-Out/In Voucher

Depending on system programming RPOWER may print one or more vouchers for the transaction.

Cashier (or Server) Entry

Register Read or Close

Depending on system programming, a manager's Passcode may be required to close a register.

  • Tip: A register can also be closed from Manager Functions, see Read/Close Register for details.

Press Other Options / More Options to locate Register Read or Close and press it.

At the Cashier prompt enter a manager's Passcode.

Cash Drawer Selection

Select the Cash Drawer to close from those presented.

Select Close at the selection window.

  • Note: There are very few reasons to Read a register. Printing a register Read report instead of closing may actually cause confusion later in the day. Depending on system programming, register Read may not even be an option, in which case the selection window will be skipped.
Checks Open Force Close

Depending on system programming, RPOWER may force all checks to be closed before the register can be closed, or...

  • Tip: Close, discount and close, transfer, or void any open checks before attempting a register close.
Checks Open Warning

...and gain depending on system programming, RPOWER may allow a register close with open checks, in which case this informational warning window will be displayed. Press Yes to continue the register close, or press No to quit the operation without closing.

  • Note: Many restaurants allow a drawer close with open checks because the forced closing of all open checks when a day bartender is finishing a shift could be quite disruptive. Since a night bartender can access any of the day bartender's guest checks without transferring them, leaving them open is often the best and simplest option.
Confirm Close Drawer

Press OK to close the register, or press Cancel to quit the operation without closing the drawer.

Press Yes to include check detail in the report, press No to print only the register close report itself, or press Cancel to quit the operation without closing the drawer.

  • Note: Check detail is a two line summary of each guest check transaction and is not necessary for register reconciliation. Depending on the number of guest checks it can use quite a bit of paper. Typically, press No at the Print Check Detail? prompt.

If more than one cashier or bartender has been assigned to the cash drawer, RPOWER will ask whether operator detail should be printed.

Press Yes to print the drawer report with individual detail separated by operator, press No to print a consolidated drawer report, or press Cancel to quit the operation without closing the drawer.

Register Close Report

Shown is the first section of a register close report.

  • Note: While the report provides extensive information, the NET CASH line seen at the bottom of the example is often the only figure of interest. Net cash equals gross cash receipts less paid outs and charge tips and is the amount that the register owes the house. Net cash can be a negative figure, in which case the house owes the register the amount shown.
Idle Workstation

Paid Check Review - Look at Check

RPOWER gives management the ability to look at, re-open and print receipts for closed guest checks. Depending on system programming, these functions may require a manager's Passcode.

Manager's Passcode Entry

From an idle workstation press Other Options once, then press Paid Check Review. If requested, enter a manager's Passcode.

Select Closed Check

A list of All Closed Checks is presented.

  • Tip: Use the arrow keys at right to navigate the list. Triple arrows move to the top of the list (Home) and the bottom of the list (End). Double arrows move one page up (Pg Up) and one page down (Pg Dn).
  • Tip: Use Table and/or Server to filter the transactions shown to a unique table and/or server.

Select the closed check to look at by highlighting it then press Look at Check.

Closed Check Detail

An example is shown at right.

  • Tip: Return to the list of checks by pressing List of Checks or press Done to exit paid check review.
Idle Workstation

Paid Check Review - Re-Open Check

Manager's Passcode Entry

From an idle workstation press Other Options once, then press Paid Check Review. If requested, enter a manager's Passcode.

Select Closed Check

A list of All Closed Checks is presented.

  • Tip: Use the arrow keys at right to navigate the list. Triple arrows move to the top of the list (Home) and the bottom of the list (End). Double arrows move one page up (Pg Up) and one page down (Pg Dn).
  • Tip: Use Table and/or Server to filter the transactions shown to a unique table and/or server.

Select the closed check to re-open by highlighting it then press Re-Open.

Manager's Passcode Entry

Enter a manager's Passcode at the prompt.

  • Note: RPOWER will always require a Passcode to re-open a check, regardless of system programming.

The guest check is re-opened!

Idle Workstation

Paid Check Review - Receipt

Manager's Passcode Entry

From an idle workstation press Other Options once, then press Paid Check Review. If requested, enter a manager's Passcode.

Select Closed Check

A list of All Closed Checks is presented.

  • Tip: Use the arrow keys at right to navigate the list. Triple arrows move to the top of the list (Home) and the bottom of the list (End). Double arrows move one page up (Pg Up) and one page down (Pg Dn).
  • Tip: Use Table and/or Server to filter the transactions shown to a unique table and/or server.

Select the closed check for which a receipt is desired by highlighting it then press Receipt.

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Depending on system programming, a dialog box may appear requesting the level of detail to print on the receipt. Press Regular (detail) for full check detail (a copy of the original guest check), press Short (no detail) for a summarized receipt, or press Cancel to quit the operation.

Idle Workstation

Messaging

RPOWER allows employees to message between themselves. This function is typically used by management to message staff, but can be used by any employee to message any other employee, or even groups of employees.

From an idle workstation, press Other Options / More Options to locate Messages and press it.

Employee Passcode Entry

Enter an employee Passcode at the prompt.

RPOWER searches for messages addressed to the employee. Finding any, they are displayed, finding none, this dialog box is presented. Press Yes to Send a message, press No to quit checking messages.

Send to Selection

RPOWER can send a message to an individual person, or group of persons, as well as to a group of employees working an individual job, or group of jobs. As an example, a message could be sent to Sally Server, or Sally Server and Billy Bartender. Or,a message could be sent to all employees working the job of server, or all employees working the jobs of server and bartender.

Press Person(s) to send a message to one or more Person(s), press Job(s) to send a message to employees working one or more Job(s), or press Cancel to quit messaging.

Employee List

If Person(s) is selected, RPOWER will present an employee selection window. Highlight an employee to message by touching a Name. Continue to select employees to message by highlighting Names, or press Done to continue.

  • Tip: Use the arrow keys at right to navigate the list. Triple arrows move to the top of the list (Home) and the bottom of the list (End). Double arrows move one page up (Pg Up) and one page down (Pg Dn).
  • Note: RPOWER toggles the selections from this window, i.e. touch a Name once to highlight it, touch it again to clear the highlight.
  • Tip: Use Find to enter a few letters of an employee's name and search for all names that include those letters. Press Done to continue.
Send to Selection

RPOWER can also send a message to employees working an individual job, or group of jobs.

Messaging Job Selection

If Job(s) is selected, RPOWER will present a Job selection window. Highlight a Job group to message by touching a Job. Continue to select Job groups to message by highlighting Jobs, or press Done to continue.

  • Note: RPOWER toggles the selections from this window, i.e. touch a Job once to highlight it, touch it again to clear the selection.
Send Message When

RPOWER needs to know when to send the message to the employee. Press Next Punch In to send the message the next time the employee times in, press  Next In or Out to send the message the next time the employee times in or out, or press Cancel to quit the operation without sending a message.

Message Options

RPOWER needs to know what to do when the message is delivered. Press Delete On Read to allow the recipient to delete the message on receipt, press Reply Required to force the recipient to reply to the sender, or press Cancel to quit without sending a message.

Use the HEADING area to type a message heading or subject, then use the Message Body area to type the message itself. Press Send Message to send the message or press Cancel to quit without sending a message.

Example Message

The example shows a message with a Reply Required (Delete is unavailable). Press Reply to write a reply to the sender, press Keep to save the message and quit, press Send New to compose a new message, or press Done to quit messaging.

Message After Reply

The example shows the same message after a Reply has been made to the sender. Note that Delete is now available, press it to Delete the message.

Graphical Tables

Graphical Table Maintenance

RPOWER may present tables graphically, in which case the operator is presented a "picture" of the dining area or traditionally, in which case the operator is presented a list of tables in each dining area or "Room". The view presented may be configured at the workstation level, and the size of graphical rooms may be varied to allow for different screen resolutions from workstation to workstation.

  • Note: Rooms must be first defined in Manager Functions, System Setup, Rooms and Tables to be available for edit here.
  • Tip: The use of an attached keyboard and mouse is highly recommended for Graphical Table maintenance.

After enabling Graphical Tables through GTable=1 in RPOWER.INI, navigate to a graphical room and touch View..., then System Setup and enter a manager's Passcode at the prompt (the Menu Setup, System Setup or higher privilege is required to access graphical table setup).

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RPOWER provides five room sizes, from Tiny at 38 x 24 feet to Jumbo at 113 x 73 feet. From View..., choose the size that most closely approximates the actual room size.

  • Tip: If tables have been previously defined in the room, it may be necessary, at least temporarily, to choose a Big or Jumbo room in order to access those tables.

To add a new object, first touch Item Editing and then New. Click or touch the approximate location desired for the object in the dining room and select the object type from those presented by touching one (or touch Cancel to quit without adding a new object). When adding tables, RPOWER will automatically generate a table number that may later be edited. To continue adding objects, continue to click or touch a location and choose an object type. To exit object editing touch Editing Done.

To quickly clone existing objects, after touching Item Editing touch Clone, then an existing object, and then click or touch locations desired for the new objects. Touch Editing Done when through cloning objects.

To change the name of an existing table, after touching Item Editing touch Edit and then a table; type a new name in the Name field and touch Save when complete (or touch Cancel to exit without changing the name). Touch Editing Done when complete.

Objects may be deleted in either of two ways:

1) After touching Item Editing, touch Edit (if not already selected) and touch an object, then touch Delete and confirm the deletion by touching Yes (or touch No to quit without deleting the object); continue to touch objects and confirm deletion as necessary, touch Editing Done when complete.

2) After touching Item Editing, touch Delete and then touch objects to delete. This method is faster because no confirmation is requested but care should be taken that the wrong object is not deleted. As above, end deletion by touching Editing Done.

To move objects touch Move, select an object by touching it and then touch or click a new location to move the object to. When selected, the background of an object will blink blue and white. Continue to move objects by touching them and then touching a new location. To repeat the movement for another object, touch Repeat Shift and then the next object. Touch Done Moving to exit object move. Touching Cancel will cancel all moves performed during the current move session.

To repeat the movement for another object, touch Repeat Shift and then the next object.

Touching Cancel will cancel all moves

  • Note: During Move operations, RPOWER displays the X and Y coordinates of the object relative to the top-left corner of the window. Use these coordinates to accurately align objects.
  • Tip: Once an object has been selected for moving (blinking), use the keyboard cursor keys to make very small (three inch) adjustments to the object's location. Shift + Cursor Up clears the rotation of an object, setting it to zero degrees, Shift + Cursor Down rotates an object once, to 45 degrees, Shift + Cursor Right rotates an object 11.25 degrees clockwise, Shift + Cursor Left rotates an object 11.25 degrees counterclockwise.

To change the size of an object, first touch Size and then the desired action - an increase or decrease in the object's width or depth, then touch the object to which the action will apply. Each touch (or click) applies the selected action in six inch increments. The minimum table size is 18" x 18", the minimum wall size is six inches by six inches; there are no practical limits to an object's maximum size. Touch Clone Size, an object to clone the size from and then objects to clone the size to. Touch Done Sizing to exit object sizing. Touching Cancel will cancel all size changes performed during the current sizing session.

  • Note: While width is initially considered a horizontal measurement, and depth vertical, these references rotate with the object.
  • Tip: To apply actions to small walls, be sure to click or touch in the centered, label area of the object.
  • Tip: Once an object has been selected for sizing (blinking), use the keyboard cursor keys to make small adjustments to the object's size. Cursor Up decreases depth by twelve inches, Cursor Down increases depth by six inches, Cursor Left decreases width by twelve inches, Cursor Right increases width by six inches. Shift + Cursor... Moves the object accordingly.

To rotate an object, first touch Rotate and then the desired action: left or right rotation in either 11.25 degree increments (Left and Right) or 45 degree increments (Left More and Right More). Touch or click an object to then apply the selected action. Touch Clone Angle, an object to clone the final angle from and then object to clone the angle to. Touch Done Rotating to exit object rotation. Touching Cancel will cancel all rotations performed during the current rotate session.

  • Tip: Once an object has been selected for rotation (blinking), use the keyboard cursor keys to rotate the object. Cursor Up clears an object's rotation, setting it to zero degrees, Cursor Down rotates an object once, to 45 degrees, Cursor Right rotates an object right 11.25 degrees, Cursor Left rotates an object left 11.25 degrees. Shift + Cursor... Moves the object accordingly.

To add seats to a table, first touch Seats and then the desired action: Top More, Bottom More, Left More or Right More. To remove seats touch the appropriate button twice to change it from ...More to ...Less and back. Touch Clone Seats, a table to clone seats from and then a table or tables to clone seats to; the exact layout of the seats (top, bottom, left and right) is cloned. Toucn Seats Done to exit seats edit. Touching Cancel will cancel all seats editing performed during the current seat session.

  • Tip: Once an object has been selected for seat addition or deletion (blinking), use the keyboard cursor keys to add or remove seats. Cursor Up adds seats top, Cursor Down adds seats bottom, Cursor Right adds seats right, Cursor Left adds seats left. Shift + Cursor... removes corresponding seats.
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