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CHeck writer truncating characters

CHeck writer truncating characters

CHeck writer truncating characters

We have had peach tree 6.0x.x.x for a while. We recently ported it from a win 95 machine to a win-nt4.0 workstation.
Ever since, when we write a check, it truncates leading and trailing characters in certain fields.

The printer is the same - the only difference is the machine and nt4.0. We have not changed the format of our check.

How can I correct this?


RE: CHeck writer truncating characters

Just a shot in the dark here but Peachtree upgrades can introduce some strange things.  Try editing the check layout (design) to see if there are enough '#' characters to hold the entire length of the fields.  If not (which would cause the truncation) simply insert them and save the layout.
Hope this works.

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