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I'd just make the message less "chatty" (pardon the ASCII art) TERMINAL NUMBER: x PERIOD: 11/20/2014 until cutoff time PRINT AND CLOSE ALL TRANSACTIONS ? [No] [YES, PRINT AND CLOSE ALL TRANSACTIONS] A schematic and to-the-point message is in my experience easier to grasp (they can check the data ...


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As msparer suggested, Stating the main action first and then offering context/side effects is a very good step to take. The other thing I'd definitely do is to label your buttons descriptively. It could look something like this: Are you sure you want to close all transactions on terminal x? Closing will also print the transactions of 11/20/2014. ...


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If this choice is something that cannot be undone and would cause difficulty to a user to make the wrong choice, it would be more worthwhile making them type in a pin or a password for example. Users get a bit 'trigger happy' with options and may not understand the consequences of an incorrect decision. Facebook are a good example of this - they don't really ...


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A problem I see there is that the initial action has an implied consequence that might confuse your users. According to your mockup, the transaction day gets closed as soon as the data gets printed. It seems like "Printing" is the main action and closing the transaction day is the side-effect. It really should be the other way round. Name the CTA "Close ...



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