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A/P Check printing, default type

A/P Check printing, default type

A/P Check printing, default type

(OP)
Hi, this has got to be simple, but I can't find it.  In A/P check printing, the default comes up as stub, check.

I want it to be Stub, Check, Stub, and instead of 19 lines on the stub, set it to 13.

Thanks for the help.

ChaZ

There Are 10 Types Of People In The world:
Those That Understand BINARY And Those That Don't.

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RE: A/P Check printing, default type

(OP)
I am using Standard form.  What do I need to print?  I select Stub, check, stub, set the lines to 13 for stub, print my checks, post, and next time go in, and it's back to the default of check, stub, and 19 lines.

Thanks for the help.

ChaZ

There Are 10 Types Of People In The world:
Those That Understand BINARY And Those That Don't.

http://www.thelegacyreturns.com/

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