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cheque windows in form pages

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Can anybody explain about the pages of standard form F110_PRENUM_CHCK for cheque printing.All pages have cheques. Means all are same cheques? if not ,on what condition they r printing differently? thanks in advance

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 02:41 PM

    Hi Susmitha,

    We have three pages here,

    First

    Next

    Last

    All the three pages have same contents just for the sake that the overflow of data should be printed in next pages they have defined next and last pages.

    As you see,FIRST page's next page is set to NEXT.

    and NEXT page's next page is set to NEXT.

    Hope it is clear .

    Regards

    Zarina

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  • Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 01:32 AM

    Yes, you are right.. all pages will have cheques. the standard driver program for this from will display the cheque like this.

    Example:

    if you have 10 line items and all 10 items are displayed on one page then cheque will be printed on first page.

    Now if you have around 40 line items and line items are over flowed to next page, i.e. two pages.. then in first page we see a void cheque, which is of no use.. and on the second page we see the cheque gets printed..

    So, always the standard driver program will helps you to print the cheque on the last page and void all the cheque in previous pages.

    I guess you are cleared with you question. close the thread once youi question is answered.

    Rgds,

    SaiRam

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