I have a new printer in the office. With the previous inkjet printer, I was
able to use a check (or two) off the page, and feed the remaining check(s)
as a single in the same manner as my usual pages.
The new laser printer has an envelope feed.
I have tried selecting '1' as number of checks on first page, and selecting
center position on the 'Partial Page' tab, in order to feed from the
Initially, the problem was that the check fed landscape but the program
printed portrait (not Intuit-tive, as the picture for partial page SHOWS the
check going in like an envelope).
I selected 'landscape' for orientation in printer options (not liking it, as
I have to remember to change it the next time I print), but still, the
information is not coming out correctly on the check.
Yes, I have heard about "forms leaders" - interestingly my local office
supply stores do not carry them. I googled and found them only available
though Intuit (why does that surprise me?). With a wait time of several days
and a twenty person payroll (why, oh why, can I not print ALL types of
checks, so that I can have a number divisible by three?) I am looking for an
Are these really needed to print checks? What could I be doing wrong on the
print checks screen? Is anyone successfully printing single checks using a
- posted 13 years ago