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printing in portrait
I've reset all the printer settings on PC and changed to each setting in your check program and cannot get it to print to portrait on plain paper. It always comes out in a landscape format. Any suggestions?
11-20-2010, 11:46 PM
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RE: printing in portrait
Hello,

In general, you can simply set the Paper Settings to "Automatic" in ChequeSystem.
(in menu "Settings > Printer & Font")
The cheque should be printed correctly with your printer.

You may also try to create a paper size in your Printer Settings of your PC.
When print cheque in ChequeSystem, you can then choose this created Paper Size.

You should also load your cheque from the Manual Feed tray.

These should help to force the printer to print in portrait.

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11-20-2010, 11:55 PM
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RE: printing in portrait
I exploring the possibility of the software being used by a client of mine. He uses a 3 part carbonless check and is currently using a type writer. The check will have to be fed 1 at a time into dot matrix printer because of the 3 part.
11-21-2010, 12:56 AM
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RE: printing in portrait
Hello,

You can also use the dot-matrix printer for continuous check paper.
But you need to ensure the paper feeding position as the alignment of dot-matrix may not be 100% precise.

Or you need to tear-off the check paper first before fitting into the printer.

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11-21-2010, 08:41 AM
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RE: printing in portrait
This is the problem really is that he wants keep existing checks. They come in singles 3 sheet carbonless. one last question can you print the name and address on the check itself for window envelopes
11-23-2010, 08:25 AM
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RE: printing in portrait
(11-23-2010, 08:25 AM)RP45 Wrote: This is the problem really is that he wants keep existing checks. They come in singles 3 sheet carbonless. one last question can you print the name and address on the check itself for window envelopes

In the cheque layout, you can specify a self defined field on the check.
You can make use of this field for your name or address. You may refer to attached image.

Also, there are other text fields (Non Negotiable, First Payee Only, ..etc). You can also rename those fields and used for printing the name or address.

You can click menu 'Management > Cheque Layout List', and double-click the layout to edit it.

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11-23-2010, 09:59 AM
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RE: printing in portrait
Currently using the extra field for the bottom of the check, (see attached) I really need the option to include address with the payee selection and not have to type in address each check. Any chance an update might have this? I've reached a dead end with this program, although it has been the closest to what I need.

(11-23-2010, 09:59 AM)support Wrote:
(11-23-2010, 08:25 AM)RP45 Wrote: This is the problem really is that he wants keep existing checks. They come in singles 3 sheet carbonless. one last question can you print the name and address on the check itself for window envelopes

In the cheque layout, you can specify a self defined field on the check.
You can make use of this field for your name or address. You may refer to attached image.

Also, there are other text fields (Non Negotiable, First Payee Only, ..etc). You can also rename those fields and used for printing the name or address.

You can click menu 'Management > Cheque Layout List', and double-click the layout to edit it.

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11-24-2010, 01:19 AM
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RE: printing in portrait
Hello,

The "Self Defined Components" allows you to set a default value on it.
You can set the default to your address and you don't need to type in each check.

Another option is to rename the field "Non Negotiable" to your address.

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11-24-2010, 01:24 AM
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RE: printing in portrait
I need the clients or addressee's address to show up
11-24-2010, 01:34 AM
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RE: printing in portrait
(11-24-2010, 01:34 AM)RP45 Wrote: I need the clients or addressee's address to show up

Yes.

As we mentioned before, you can make use of the "Self Defined Component" for inputting Address.

You can refer to the attachment (layout.jpg). You can set the component name as Client Address and provide a default value (see the Green highlighted)

When you preparing cheque (attachment cheque.jpg), you can input the client address then.

Another alternative is to rename the "Non Negotiable" field (the red highlighted), the text will be printed on cheque then.
However, this option the text is fixed and cannot be changed.

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11-24-2010, 01:07 PM
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