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Check Printing Problem...

Dear Friends,

My Client wants to print Invoice detial lik Line ITem wise on the check form after the check detials.

but after cheque information in the remaining empty place 20 line items will come. not more than that how can i fix the 20 line item only becoz if the line items is more than 20 then the next cheque will be waste...

please giv me solution.

Thanks,

Srem...

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 12:32 PM

    You can use annexure to print more than 20 line items.

    It is a simple development.

    Rgds,

    Harmees

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 01:12 PM

    Hi

    You Can restict the line items in Bank payment configuration steps as follows: go to

    Payment Method/Country->Click on Check->click on use in co code->click on co code->Payment advice Control->note to payee lines on the form -> select restricted to and give the required lines 10 or 20 only and test and proceed further.

    Ok

    Found suitable,reward the points.

    regards,

    maalik

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