Report Section Size of the Check with Stub on Top and Bottom

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Question:

I am working on modifying my check with stub on top and bottom and I am wondering what my check section sizes are supposed to be and how the report determines the page size.

Answer:

Dynamics uses pixels. 12 pixels equals one line and 6 lines equals and inch. For the check with stub on top and bottom the total always needs to be 792 pixels, 66 lines or 11 inches.

When the check is in the unmodified form the sections are as follows:
PH=60--This section prints the header information for the top stub
B=12--This section prints the voucher information on the stub
F2=324--This section prints the check and the header information for the bottom stub
F1=36--This section prints the works Continued on Remittance if needed
PF=48--This section prints nothing

When you print the report the sections are printed in the following order:

PH prints first and is 60 pixels long or 5 lines.
B prints next for the top stub and is 12 pixles but this section prints twelve times(12 lines) because of the setup of the additional header/footer. So the entire section is 144 pixels (12x12)
F1 prints next the totals for the top stub and is 36 pixels or 3 lines.
F2 prints next and prints 324 pixels or 27 lines. This is the check.
B prints again for the bottom stub and is 12 pixles but this section prints twelve times(12 lines) because of the setup of the additional header/footer. So the entire section is 144 pixels (12x12)
F1 prints again for the totals for the botton stub and is 36 pixels or 3 lines.
PF prints last and prints no information unless you have added fields into the page footer.



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