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Quicken s ability to print checks enables you to create accurate, legible, professional-looking checks without picking up a pen (or a typewriter). In this section, I explain how to print the checks you enter in the Write Checks window, discussed earlier in this chapter.
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Before you can print checks from Quicken, you must obtain compatible check stock. Quicken supports checks in a number of different styles:
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Standard checks print just checks. There s no voucher or stub.
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Voucher checks pair each check with a similarly sized voucher form. When you print on a voucher check, the transaction category information, including splits and tags, can be printed on the voucher part. Wallet checks pair each check with a stub. When you print on a wallet check, the transaction information is printed on the stub.
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In addition to these styles, you can get the checks in two different formats for your printer:
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Page-oriented checks are for laser and inkjet printers. Continuous checks are for pin-feed printers.
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A catalog and order form for checks may have been included with your copy of Quicken. You can use it to order checks. If you have an Internet connection, you can order checks online from within Quicken by choosing Banking | Quicken Services | Order Checks & Supplies, or by clicking the Order Checks button in the button bar of the Write Checks window (see Figure 5-4).
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Setting Up
Quicken must also be set up to print the kind of checks you purchased. You do this once, and Quicken remembers the settings. Choose File | Printer Setup | For Printing Checks to display the Check Printer Setup dialog, shown next. Use the drop-down lists and option buttons to specify settings for your printer and check stock. Following are a few things to keep in mind when making settings in this dialog.
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Partial Page Printing Options
If you select the Page-Oriented option and either Standard or Wallet checks in the Check Printer Setup dialog, you can also set options for Partial Page Printing Style. This enables you to set up the printer for situations when you re not printing an entire page of checks. You have three options:
Edge is for inserting the page against one side of the feeder. The left or right edge of the checks enters the feeder first. Centered is for centering the page in the feeder. The left or right edge of the checks enters the feeder first. Portrait is also for centering the page in the feeder, but in this case, the top edge of each check enters the feeder first.
If your printer supports multiple feed trays, you can also set the source tray for partial and full pages by choosing options from the Partial Page Source and Full Page Source drop-down lists.
Continuous Printing Options
If you select the Continuous option and either Standard or Wallet checks in the Check Printer Setup dialog, the dialog changes to offer two Continuous options:
Bypass The Driver should be turned on for a continuous printer that skips checks or prints nothing. Use Low Starting Position should be turned on for a continuous printer that cuts the date or logo off your checks.
Checking the Settings for Page-Oriented Checks
If you re using page-oriented checks, you can check your settings by printing a sample page on plain paper. Here s how: 1. Click the Align button in the Check Printer Setup dialog. 2. In the Align Checks dialog that appears, click the Full Page Of Checks button. 3. In the Fine Alignment dialog, click the Print Sample button. 4. When the sample emerges from your printer, hold it up to the light with a sheet of check stock behind it. The sample should line up with the check. 5. If the sample does not line up properly with the check stock, set Vertical and/or Horizontal adjustment values in the Fine Alignment dialog. Then repeat steps 3 through 5 until the alignment is correct. 6. Click OK in each dialog to accept your settings and close it.
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