[GNC] Check printing
idlegion39 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 10 12:44:57 EDT 2021
I am using preprinted check stock that has the MICR already on it. I don.t
need to use MICR printing
On Thu, Jun 10, 2021 at 10:39 AM David Carlson <david.carlson.417 at gmail.com>
> 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,
>> 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?
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