when checks are *never* used

Hi, I'm running Peachtree05 here in the Netherlands. (The mother language of the company is English), but there are a couple of items I could use some help with.
In NL companies *never* (it's so rare you could almost say "never") use checks. Instead, 99.99% of vendor payments, employee salaries etc are done directly with electronic banking via a bank web interface.
Checks however seem to be an integral part of how Peachtree deals with paying people. How do I get around this? I don't want to make direct G/L entries every time I pay a vendor, yet in the absence of checks it seems almost unavoidable.
The one alternative I see is to use checks, just don't print or send 'em which keeps Peachtree happy.
Advice would sure be appreciated.
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Peachtree 2006 now supports electronic payments. The other option is to "print" the checks to a PDF file.
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Diane Koers
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Or, heck, just put something like "EFT 102105-1" in the "check" number field and never print them. Fully reconciliable to the EFT's that take place on any given date.
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Thanks to you, and also to "Ralph A. Jones" for the guidance. Much appreciated.
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