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F110 : why 4 copies of Check Form ?

Hi,

When i have carried out an Automatic payment (Tcode F110) the system print me 4 copies of my Chech Form, Knowing that i want only one copy !!??

Please how to tell to the system that i want one copy of this check form ? (Transaction or IMG point)

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2009 at 08:50 AM

    Hi jehade,

    If check copies coming like that you can give the setting same below

    Go through F110 there select Print out medium data tab

    there select maintain variants button it will go to the next screen.there you have to remove number at Number of sample printouts

    May be this information is useful to you

    If you have any doubt feel free to ask

    Regards

    Surya

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2009 at 08:44 AM

    Hello,

    In the printout / Data medium tab, we maintain the variant for the check printing. Edit the variant and see if in the field "Sample printout", you maintain "0". Now rerun the automatic payment program and check.

    Regards

    Venkatesh

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      There could be 2 scenario for this:

      1. Please check if the two copies are actually check forms.

      The first could be the check form and the other could be the payment advice which would be created based on your customizing.

      2. In case you are see the two check forms in the spool transaction, then it could be because one was created at the time of the "payment proposal" and the other at the time of the "actual payment".

      Hope this clarifies.

      Regards

      Venkatesh

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