Sales Receipt



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Sales Receipt content:

  • Sales receipt;
  • Date;
  • Qty;
  • Description;
  • Price;
  • Amount;
  • Subtotal;
  • Tax;
  • Total;
  • Sale Made with :
    • Cash;
    • Credit Card;
    • Check, No.;
    • Others.


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