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Check Enumeration Wrong With Multiple Invoices

Check Enumeration Wrong With Multiple Invoices

Check Enumeration Wrong With Multiple Invoices

If a the detail section a check within a batch is too much to be printed on one check, the detail is printed on the next check and is VOIDED.  That's fine -- the problem is whenever this happens the check numbers are thrown off.  It seems if the application knows to void a check, it should be able to keep up with the numbers.  Has anyone else experience this problem?  Does anyone have a solution?  Thanks.

Bob Crawford
Director of MIS
Volunteers of America
Kentucky and Tennessee

RE: Check Enumeration Wrong With Multiple Invoices

Make sure that the number of advice lines that the cheque is capable of printing matches:

a) The recsPerPage formula in the crystal report (may be a different name).
b) The number of advice lines as set up in bank services.

If these three numbers are not all the same your check numbers won't match up to what ACCPAC calculates.


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