Newbie - check formatting
info at blackmountainforge.com
Mon Oct 10 15:09:00 EDT 2016
Many thanks for your answer - I will experiment and see what happens.
Thought I would check first to avoid re-inventing the wheel.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Derek Atkins [mailto:warlord at MIT.EDU]
> Sent: Monday, October 10, 2016 11:27
> To: DaveH
> Cc: gnucash-user at gnucash.org
> Subject: Re: Newbie - check formatting
> Hi Dave,
> Your question made it to the list. The lack of a response
> implies that
> nobody really knows the answer. The author of the check printing code
> isn't around anymore, and I suspect nobody else has really
> looked deeply
> into it.
> I would propose that you try it out and see what you get? Use blank
> paper instead of checks in your testing. I would guess that jpg, png,
> ps, and pdf are all valid forms, but I don't know for sure. Once you
> test various forms you should come back and let everyone know!
> Good Luck,
> "DaveH" <info at blackmountainforge.com> writes:
> > PING?
> > Sent this email two weeks ago and received no replies to it
> but see other
> > traffic on this list.
> > Still asking:
> > Many thanks!
> > Dave
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: gnucash-user
> >> [mailto:gnucash-user-bounces+info=blackmountainforge.com at gnuca
> >> sh.org] On Behalf Of DaveH
> >> Sent: Monday, September 26, 2016 20:53
> >> To: gnucash-user at gnucash.org
> >> Subject: Newbie - check formatting
> >> New to GnuCash and really liking it. I am trying to format my
> >> checks for
> >> printing. Downloaded the last couple of months of these
> >> message archives and
> >> have not seen these questions addressed so asking them here...
> >> I am reading these docs:
> >> https://www.gnucash.org/docs/v2.6/C/gnucash-guide/check_format
> >> _info.html
> >> Running Windows 7
> >> I want to use an image of my signature to pre-sign my checks.
> >> I see the
> >> PICTURE check item type - is there a specific file format needed?
> >> Can I use more than one PICTURE image (sig file and logo)
> >> What is the unit of measurement used for the coordinates
> (depends on
> >> printer? Points (as in 72/inch) or other)
> >> Is there a way to draw a line outside of using a one-bit tall
> >> image of the
> >> right length.
> >> Finally, is there a download site for pre-designed nnnn.chk files?
> >> Many thanks - really happy with GnuCash so far. A lot
> >> snappier performance
> >> than QB and just does what I am looking for - no creeping
> >> featuritis...
> >> Dave
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