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Check printing issue

Check printing issue

Check printing issue

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Hi all. Our payroll manager showed me something today and is looking for a resolution. She can create a batch of checks to print and print them fine. However, the next thing that's supposed to happen is a bunch of pages for reporting purposes are supposed to print. The first thing that happens is that a window pops up and you have to click OK to move past it. The error message is "Error in equation *** ILLEGAL SYNTAX *** ?". The next thing that happens is that all of the pages print except the first page, the main page. In order for that page to be printed she has to go back into the reprint journal area and reprint that one page, the main page. I hope that makes sense. Any thoughts on how to fix this?

BTW, this doesn't happen when the batch has direct deposit included with checks. It only happens when it's just printed checks.

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