[GNC] Check printing

David Carlson david.carlson.417 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 10 12:38:59 EDT 2021

A few days ago the MICR printer cartridge that I used to use popped up out
of some black hole so I may try printing checks again.   As I recall, tho
it used to be reasonably easy to print test checks on plain paper first,
then just be sure the desired transactions had the word print in the Num
field.  Oh, there was a trick to matching up check numbers which now slips
my mind.

I suppose that is the issue Bruce is wrestling with.

On Thu, Jun 10, 2021, 12:08 PM Bruce Irving <idlegion39 at gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm getting to the point that I can rarely read my own handwriting.  So I
> started playing with printing checks from GC bank reisters.
> I am using 'Quicken/QuickBooks (tm) US-Letter 3-part' checks in GC Version
> 4.4 Flatpak under Peppermint 10 (based on Ubuntu 16?? or 18??)
> It works - sometimes.  If I "print" a check, and the printer mis-behaves, I
> can't reprint it!  The other day, I needed to write eight checks to
> different parties, other than the payee, the checks were the same, I could
> only print one of them!  I had to hand write the others.
> Is there any way that I can get a check to reprint?  Or, to print multiple
> nearly identical checks?
> Bruce
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