Aligning Liability Check Printing

Last modified by Peytience S on 2023/11/01 19:27

To align the printing of your Liability checks:

  • Go to "Manage Liabilities".
  • Click on "View Register" from the left side of the top tool bar.
  • In the register, reprint a liability payment on plain paper using your Liability Checkform.
  • Hold the printout over one of your checks that you print on and verify which direction the printing needs to be moved for proper alignment.
  • Next, go to the "Employee Information" screen.
  • From the top of your monitor screen, go to the "File" menu and select the checkform you use for your Liability Payments.
  • Go to the "Utilities" menu and select "Check Designer", this will open a template of your liability check.
  • Go to the "Edit" menu and click on "Select All".
  • Using the arrow keys on your keyboard, move the information in the appropriate direction to line up to your checks.

    Note: 8 to 10 clicks of an arrow moves the information approximately 1/4 inch in that direction.
  • Once you have the information moved, go to the "File" menu and select "Return to Payroll" and save the changes when prompted.
  • Go back to "Manage Liabilities" and in the register, reprint the liability check again and verify the alignment.
  • If further alignment is needed, repeat the above steps.
  • Once you have the liability check aligned, go to the "Employee Information" screen. Go to the "File" menu and under "Checkforms" choose your regular payroll check template.

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