April 9, 2008 at 3:42 pm #11747DVigliatoreParticipant
I have NEBS chq style 9025….and per their website and their rep….it is supposed to be on NV2. They’ve siad that 9005 is very similar….however when we use that the paper size does not work as the continous cheques are not you standard 11″ long so the chqs don’t align properly.
Any suggestions…or do you think QW Page could coordinate with Nebs to add the 9025 template or adjust the 9005 template to work with the actual length of the continuous chq.
Thanks,April 10, 2008 at 11:48 am #13903MSchapplerModerator
Adjust the paper size of the template in Excel. Open the template nebs_check_9005_cpa.xls and click File > Page Setup. From this Page Setup Window select an appropriate paper size. Once selected, click File > Save or Save As and use this template when printing checks.
If the appropriate paper size does not exist, create one by clicking the windows start button > Settings > Printers and Faxes (also can be found in the Control Panel) and when the Printers and Faxes window appears click File > Server Properties. From the Forms tab, define your paper size. Use the name you have created in the Page Setup of the template above.
If the printer you are printing to is on a network, go to that machine and create the above Form. You need Administrator access if you are creating the Form via network machine.
THe template nebs_check_9005.cpa.xls is for Payroll and Bank Check printing. For Accounts Payable/Vendors use nebs_check_ap_9005_cpa.xls.
MartinApril 10, 2008 at 11:51 am #13904DVigliatoreParticipant
I tried that…but then it prints too wide…off the page.
I thought the template would take paper size into consideration. Do other chq templates take paper size into consideration?April 11, 2008 at 11:13 am #13905MSchapplerModerator
It sounds like the File > Page Setup > Page > Paper Size selection has not been set correctly when you had created the Form Name in Printers and Faxes > File > Server Properties.
Look at the form name you had created and review the Form Measurements with a ruler to your checks.
Once the Paper Size has been selected in the template and the template is saved, the Form Measurements are used by Excel to print.
You did create the form name on machine where the printer is attached to and can select the form name from File > Page Setup > Page?
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