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Cheque Printing in SAP B1

Banking.........>Out Going Payment.........>>>Checks for Paymet

when i went at that path,and i print any cheque ,its printed on A4,page

while my Cheque Size is 5x11 inches ,

Well My question is ??

1-Is there any other way of printing cheque ,means Bank give us something else Beside of Cheque Book for SAP.

2-If no then what shuld i Do, i have done page setting,i change the PLD,i change the House Accpun t setup,

but cheque always print on A4 page

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    Dec 29, 2011 at 08:07 AM


    you can use the default Envelope paper size, or you can make a custom paper size. in your case it should be 5 x 11.



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      Hi hami khan

      You can set custom size in PLD .

      Step For Do that--

      Banking -> Outgoing Payment-> Checks for Payment-> Open PLD -> Select Your PLD -.> Choose Edit LayOut->Go Tool Bar Choose Option (Print Layout Design ->Choose Display Document Propertyies -> Choose Paper Format Tab -> Choose Option Paper Format (Drop Down List Come ) -> Choose Custom Size in Drop Down List-> Then Set your Size In Width & Height Option

      and provide your Width & Height In This Area.

      Hope It will help full for U .

      Thanks & Regard

      Khan Imran

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    Dec 30, 2011 at 06:55 AM


    Check this link..... It may help you...



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    • Former Member

      No one is understanding me,

      Suppose that I am new user of SAP

      and first time i Put my check book into my printer and want to print cheque throu SAP-B1 how would i do?

  • Jul 17, 2014 at 04:12 PM

    HI Hammand,

    By default SAP is not designed to print directly to a cheque book. It is designed to use prenumbered bank cheque stock.

    If you want to use the cheque book you would do manual cheques. When making the outgoing payment, click payment means (the money bags icon at the top of the screen), click the cheques tab and then you will be able to click Form Settings to show a column called "Manual Check," when you check this box you will be able to edit the field "Check Number" which you can manually assign to the check book number when you fill it out.

    Otherwise you need to get prenumbered cheque stock (roughly A4 size) from your bank and use one of the layouts. If you do then you can just print them directly.

    If you need a Crystal Reports layout for your prenumbered checks, go here: Crystal Reports Check / Cheque Layout for SAP Business One - YouTube



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