Fwd: Check Printing - Addresses

Francis Xavier Fitzpatrick Jr fxfitz at udel.edu
Thu Jun 28 18:23:31 EDT 2007

But wouldn't it be great if there was a place to store an address?
It would make check printing much easier and more professional.
For example, people would be able to send their checks with
window envelopes.

I've also found a site that it says that the implementation of it
would be fairly simple. I don't know if the site was written by a
developer, or just someone who uses gnucash. Here's the URL:

I would actually love to help out and contribute, however I'm
just learning to program. i've only learned C and C++ at University
of Delaware and frankly wouldn't have a clue about where to begin. :-P

On 6/28/07, warlord at mit.edu < warlord at mit.edu> wrote:
> Quoting Francis Xavier Fitzpatrick Jr < fxfitz at udel.edu>:
> > Is gnucash ever going to be able to support check printing with
> addresses? I
> > originally e-mailed Grib, but he redirected me here.
> >
> > I've just converted my dad from Windows to Linux and he's very upset
> that he
> > can't print checks with addresses like he could with Quicken. I'd rather
> him
> > not switch back to WIndows.
> GnuCsah doesn't have the same concept of "Payee" that Quicken does.
> There's no place to store an address like that, and there's no ties
> between the check printing and the Business Vendor objects.
> Designs and patches welcome.
> > Thanks,
> > Fran Fitzpatrick
> -derek

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