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FIELD NAME FOR CHECK PRINTING

Hi all,

I am facing a problem while i'm printing a check.I have to print

1)Name of the Vendor

2)Amount in $ & Amount in Words

In predefined check.

Every thing is printing correctly except the Vendor Name in the place of

PAY TO THE ORDER OF field.

The name of the Vendor is printing a bit upper to the PAY TO THE ORDER FILED.

Do any one know exactly from where the name of the Vendor is coming .So that i can adjust that and print exactly .

I have changed the layout but its not reflecting any more.

Do any one give suggesion abt this.

The check i'm using is /SMB11/CHECK_UNN.

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Thanks & Regards.

Sudheer.

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 09:34 PM

    I guess you get everything from REGUH

    1)Name of the Vendor - REGUH-NAME1

    Amount in $ & Amount in Words -> use FM 'SPELL_AMOUNT' - this one you need to use perform routine to get functionality

    Thanks

    Seshu

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 11:06 PM

    hi,

    this happens due to difference in the character format of your text 'PAY TO THE ORDER OF' and name of vendor.

    try changing the character format.

    rgds,

    pankaj

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    • Former Member

      Hi Pankaj & Seshu

      I want ot debug the scrit before the print preview,So that i cn check exactly where the name of the vendor is printing form .So after activating the form where should i c to debugg my check script.

      Should i go to TCODE F-58 to do this.If i go to F-58 there is no option for print preview the form is directly getting printed.

      Do u have any sugession.

      Thanks in Advance.

      Regards,

      Sudheer.

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