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  1. HI Ocean West. Almost a year ago you shared a restaurant ordering system with me and it is still working well for us. Thank you. I have a couple of requests that I need it to do and can’t work out how to do either. 1. When I print an order, we occasionally have a long name. eg. Massaman curry with tofu & vegetables. It simply will not print the whole name and there is space to do it. Can the box expand onto another line when it prints. I've increased the size of the box and it still doesn’t work and there's plenty of room. The printed orders are the perfect size to stick loa
  2. Is there anybody around here who would be willing to put a skeleton of the database I need so I can add the data etc? Essentially 42 menu items. 42 prices. levels of spice. Price. Name, first line of address and postcode. When a customer calls or emails no typing needed. On an order page. Call up customer with name or postcode. Up to 15 items on an order with item name, price, spiciness and total. NO typing should be needed. TIA.
  3. Sadly, San Diego is a little too far for us! Thanks for the information. Presumably, if I wanted to take this further, it's possible to pull the customer info from the contacts list on my Mac?
  4. Hi All. I've come back to FM18 after last doing anything with it back in 2011when it was FM11 but I can't remember much about it. We have been offering a Thai food delivery service for a few weeks and it's getting bigger and busier. I have 42 Thai menu items that I want to auto populate in text boxes to create an order. I have created a value list with the 42 items and I just want to type in a menu number, eg. 23 and it will add Red curry prawns item to a bill. The price is a box alongside the menu item. It also needs to call up the price of the item and complete a box alongside t
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