Hi Lois,

Quadrant Software (where I work) is a Troy Printer partner (and we're also a
certified MAPICS Partner). We sell Troy's full line of security MICR
printers as well as blank security stock and toner. 

I'm going to echo Greg's sentiment that you may want to take a long, hard
look at purchasing check printing software. It will pay for itself and a
good check printing software / hardware combination will address check fraud
and print security. However you produce your checks, you'll want to make
sure that they pass bank inspection. It's a rigid format.

On our side, here's some resources that might help.

Our white Paper on preventing check fraud:
http://www.quadrantsoftware.com/news/white.asp
Go to the bottom of the page for the link.

Formtastic Checks (our check printing solution):
http://www.quadrantsoftware.com/solution/checks/index.html

Our Troy MICR Printer page:
http://www.quadrantsoftware.com/solution/checks/printing.htm

All the best,
John Harvey

-----Original Message-----
From: Lois White [mailto:lwhite@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, November 14, 2005 10:42 AM
To: MAPICS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [MAPICS-L] Payroll & A/P Checks


  Is anyone using their ISeries to print micr font?  We have our check
format set up to print on a laser printer but we are trying to figure out
how to code the micr in the DDS.  We understand that we need the special
printer and ink, but we can't purchase a software package.  (We are part of
the automotive business so there is no extra cash right now - just ask GM.)
Also, any pros and cons on micro printers would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Lois

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