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adamroof (Programmer) (OP)
4 Aug 08 12:08
AP Check Printing no longer defaults to the last check format used (Stub,Check).

Is there a place to set the default to Stub,Check,Stub?
adamroof (Programmer) (OP)
4 Aug 08 14:32
I was posting before i contacted tech support, in hopes of a quick response, with a pending duration on hold.

Techy remoted in to solve other issues, and i asked about this. All you have to do is create a new form code, STANDARD form code will not retain any settings, so changed the name of the form code to SCS Standard, clicked preview, closed, reenterd into Check Printing, and it retained the new form code and all the settings.

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