Print Checking

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Diane Braykovich

14 Feb, 2020 05:26 PM

I enterned some checks into the register and now need to print them.
How do I select which checks to print. (I already see how to choose the print format).
I highlighted the ones I needed to print and then clicked on print checks and get a
message that says there are no checks to print.
Thanks

  1. 1 Posted by dwg on 14 Feb, 2020 08:40 PM

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    I'm a fellow user.

    You select the Cheque(s) to be printed by going to the Cheque# column and in the list selecting the option {Print}.

  2. 2 Posted by printing checks on 16 Feb, 2020 02:38 PM

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    Hi,
    That was helpful for me too. Somewhat related question, can I use any type of paper to print checks or do i have to buy something special?

  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by Ethan on 16 Feb, 2020 02:55 PM

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    Hello,

    You would need preprinted checks from your bank or authorized supplier. The routing numbers on checks are printed with a special type of ink, and Moneydance won't print those. I'd think most financial institutions and businesses wouldn't accept documents printed on normal paper as a check, because they don't contain any of the standard security features in modern checks.

    Ethan
    Infinite Kind Support

  4. 4 Posted by Diane Braykovic... on 16 Feb, 2020 08:27 PM

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    I already have the checks from the bank.
    I am trying to figure out how to print them.
    I was using Quicken before and it was really simple.

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