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Peter
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      03-21-2007, 01:31 PM
I'm using Quicken 2007 with voucher checks purchased from Quicken.

When I print checks all of the text is perfectly aligned vertically except
for the Memo text which prints below the pre-printed Memo line on the
checks. I don't understand why the Quicken program does not properly
vertically line up the text with the pre-printed fields on Quicken's own
checks but it doesn't . Is there anything I can do to fix this?

Peter
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      03-21-2007, 02:57 PM
Peter wrote:
> I'm using Quicken 2007 with voucher checks purchased from
> Quicken.
>
> When I print checks all of the text is perfectly aligned
> vertically except for the Memo text which prints below
> the pre-printed Memo line on the checks. I don't
> understand why the Quicken program does not properly
> vertically line up the text with the pre-printed fields
> on Quicken's own checks but it doesn't . Is there
> anything I can do to fix this?


I'm going strictly from memory here, I don't have Q2007.

It sounds like a Check21 issue - if you're not familiar with
Check21, you can probably Google for it, and I believe there are
some Intuit kb articles on the subject at their support web
site. Here's one:

http://tinyurl.com/2wgxrn

I'm not sure of the details, but I think that you must either
select the correct check type in Quicken, or purchase new
Check21 compliant checks (though it sounds like you may already
have Check21 compliant checks).

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      03-22-2007, 01:06 AM
John Pollard wrote:
> Peter wrote:
>> I'm using Quicken 2007 with voucher checks purchased from
>> Quicken.
>>
>> When I print checks all of the text is perfectly aligned
>> vertically except for the Memo text which prints below
>> the pre-printed Memo line on the checks. I don't
>> understand why the Quicken program does not properly
>> vertically line up the text with the pre-printed fields
>> on Quicken's own checks but it doesn't . Is there
>> anything I can do to fix this?

>
> I'm going strictly from memory here, I don't have Q2007.
>
> It sounds like a Check21 issue - if you're not familiar with
> Check21, you can probably Google for it, and I believe there are
> some Intuit kb articles on the subject at their support web
> site. Here's one:
>
> http://tinyurl.com/2wgxrn
>
> I'm not sure of the details, but I think that you must either
> select the correct check type in Quicken, or purchase new
> Check21 compliant checks (though it sounds like you may already
> have Check21 compliant checks).


In Q2007:

File>Printer Setup>For Printing Checks>Check Style Menu>Select Check21
Option
 
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      03-22-2007, 11:46 AM
On Wed, 21 Mar 2007 19:06:25 -0600, RWEmerson
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>John Pollard wrote:
>> Peter wrote:
>>> I'm using Quicken 2007 with voucher checks purchased from
>>> Quicken.
>>>
>>> When I print checks all of the text is perfectly aligned
>>> vertically except for the Memo text which prints below
>>> the pre-printed Memo line on the checks. I don't
>>> understand why the Quicken program does not properly
>>> vertically line up the text with the pre-printed fields
>>> on Quicken's own checks but it doesn't . Is there
>>> anything I can do to fix this?

>>
>> I'm going strictly from memory here, I don't have Q2007.
>>
>> It sounds like a Check21 issue - if you're not familiar with
>> Check21, you can probably Google for it, and I believe there are
>> some Intuit kb articles on the subject at their support web
>> site. Here's one:
>>
>> http://tinyurl.com/2wgxrn
>>
>> I'm not sure of the details, but I think that you must either
>> select the correct check type in Quicken, or purchase new
>> Check21 compliant checks (though it sounds like you may already
>> have Check21 compliant checks).

>
>In Q2007:
>
>File>Printer Setup>For Printing Checks>Check Style Menu>Select Check21
>Option


On the Check Style Menu I see the following four options:

Standard checks
Voucher checks
Wallet checks
Wallet checks (Check 21 image)

I am printing on Check21 compliant Voucher checks. That's not one of the
options.

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      05-14-2007, 08:41 AM

"Peter" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> I'm using Quicken 2007 with voucher checks purchased from Quicken.
>
> When I print checks all of the text is perfectly aligned vertically except
> for the Memo text which prints below the pre-printed Memo line on the
> checks. I don't understand why the Quicken program does not properly
> vertically line up the text with the pre-printed fields on Quicken's own
> checks but it doesn't . Is there anything I can do to fix this?
>
> Peter
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Checks are a totally archaic method of paying bills. Drop them.


 
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