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Operating  the  ROM
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is  usually  for  information  purposes  and  cannot be  changed  on  the  screen.  A  data  entry  screen (fig.  1-2)  indifferent  from  a  data  display  screen because it allows (requires) new data to be entered or changes to be made to an existing record. To use  the  data  entry  screen,  you  enter  data  as applicable, check the entry for accuracy, depress the Enter/Return key, or the correct function key indicated  by  the  instructions  located  at  the  bottom of each data entry screen. Always remember, the ROM  system  does  not  recognize  lowercase  letters. Therefore,  the  lock  key  should  be  depressed  to the  lock  position  before  any  data  is  entered.  Since the lock key only affects letters, it should be kept in  that  position. ROM Function Keys After   making   selection   1   from   the   Resale Operations   Log   On   screen,   the   ROM   master menu will be displayed. The ROM master menu (fig.  1-3)  displays  17  selections  that  represent the   functions   of   ROM.   You   must   make   your selections  from  this  screen.  A  selection  is  made by entering the function number and depressing ENTER.  Once  this  is  done  a  second  menu  will appear on the screen for the particular function you  chose.  This  menu  screen  will  list  different F keys from which you will have to select. In the ROM  system  these  F  keys  are  referred  to  as function  keys.  These  function  keys,  F1  through F10,  and  the  Esc  key  usually  will  be  used  as described below; any exceptions will be noted as they  apply: F1—Adds   a   record   to   a   file.   Takes   the information entered on the screen and creates a new  record. F2—Modifies  an  existing  record.  Takes  any changes  entered  on  the  screen  and  modifies the   applicable   record   on   file   with   the   new information. F3—Selects a record from the file. Deletes the record  currently  being  displayed  on  the  screen. F4—Prints  reports.  Prints  the  report  that  is indicated  on  the  screen. F5—Views  first  entry.  Displays  the  records from  the  file  being  accessed  starting  with  the  first record. F6—Views  next  entry.  Displays  the  next  set of records from the file currently displayed on the screen. Figure 1-2.—Sample data entry screen. 1-4

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