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MICR FONT

Hi,

O&REGUD-CHECT&O T&REGUH-UBNKL&T &REGUH-UBKNT&O

Written the above logic to print the check number on MICR line. It is printing but it is giving some problem in above the value of REGUH-UBNKL is 60020-002 we are expecting this value in check is 60020’’’002 but it is printing 60020 002.

Finally the check is printing the number in the following way

||”100220||’ |:60020 002|: 00021 19||’

We are expecting

||”100220||’ |:60020’’’ 002|: 00021’’’ 19||’

What additionally I need to write in the above logic to place the symbol instead of dash.

I mean 60020-002 to 60020’’’002.

Please help me I will give points

Thanks a lot in advance.

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 06:13 AM

    Hi there,

    Try to write this line using font family <b>OCRA</b>, I think it will solve your problem.

    Regards,

    Sougata.

    try with OCRA not MICR_C or E. Don't forget to reward points.

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    Sougata Chatterjee

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Thanks for your reply but i am using font as MICR_E. As per note we can use only MICR_C OR MICR_E. Please tell me if i am wrong and in not i checked the following line.

      To print the character "dash", you must enter letter "D" in the SAPscript form.

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