dlehopper-info at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 23 08:55:24 EDT 2008
I am using the Quicken "wallet size" ( 3 to a page with a stub on the
left side) checks that are printed on an 8 1/2 X 11 single sheets.
If a batch printing of multiple checks is not available then, a way to
prevent the printer from advancing to the end of the sheet after
printing one or two checks would work. Otherwise, I assume you would
have to use something like a "Forms Leader" to attach the remaining
checks to and then you would feed that sheet to the printer and then
select top, middle or bottom check to print for the next check and so on
for the third and final check of that sheet. Too time consuming and
possible alignment problems.
Dawning Sky wrote:
> Derek Atkins wrote:
>> dlehopper-info at yahoo.com writes:
>>> I am a user looking to abandon Quicken (GnuCash double entry much
>>> better). Need to print 3 checks at a time to suit check form or, be
>>> able to control form feed and print one at a time without advancing
>>> to end of form. If a stable version with that feature was available
>>> a donation would gladly be forthcoming.
>> Unfortunately no, GnuCash cannot print multiple checks at once.
> But I believe it can be worked out to print one check at a time
> although I never tried myself. In the worst case you can define 3
> formats for each of those 3 checks on one sheet.
> BTW, what kind of blank checks are these? Are they comes with holes
> on the side as on those continuous feed paper for dot matrix printers
> (I don't know how to deal with this kind)?
> Or they are on a letter sized sheet for laser or inkjet printers?
> Will you be tearing off one check after printing?
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