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Hi all

Can any one give soultion .

When i am Using F-58 & F110 For cheque printing .

system is providing nice format .

but when i use FBZ5 for chque printing

system is providing Blank Cheque .

But, system is automatically generate Cheque no :-

This is my pro:-RFFOUS_C &

F110_PRENUM_CHCK

suggest what i want to do for FBZ5

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  • Posted on Sep 08, 2007 at 10:19 AM

    FBZ5 is used primarily for reprint of check, where in you specify the document number in which the amount was debited to the vendor.

    On the basis of the postings in the payment document, the system tries to determine the payee and the house bank to which the check should be issued. To do this, it refers to the values defined for the payment program in the system configuration. You are required to make further entries,

    1) if there is more than one possible payee or if there is an alternative payee.

    2) If the system was not able to determine the house bank from the postings in the document,

    3) If you want to print a check for a payment document that was created by the payment program, other entries are required if you are working with prenumbered checks: In a dialog box, you have to specify whether the system should use the same check number that the payment program suggested or whether a new check form is necessary.

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