1. Click > , and select the bank account on which you want to write checks.

  2. To set up the layout of checks for the selected bank account (if this needs to be done), click the button, and then click . Refer to Check layout (form)as you enter values in the fields on the form.

  3. If you select in the field, you must create a series of pre-printed checks that you can use to make payments:

    1. Click > , and select the bank account.

    2. Click > .

    3. Enter the first check number in the check series and the number of checks to create, and click OK.

  4. Set up a method of payment for paying by check. This method of payment must have an export format. In the steps below, this method of payment is called . For more information, see Set up a method of payment for checks.

  5. Click > > > , create a payment journal, and then click .

  6. In the payment journal, press CTRL + N to create a payment line, and enter information about the date, account, and amount. For more information about payments to vendors, see Pay a vendor invoice.

    Alternatively, you can click > to generate payment lines for invoices that are not settled. For more information, see and Pay vendor invoices by using a payment proposal.

  7. On the payment line, in the field, select and then select the correct bank account in the field.

  8. On the tab, in the field, select .

  9. Click , and select .

  10. Select the correct method of payment for checks from the bank account, in this case, , in the field.

  11. Click . In the form, enter the first check number and the number of blank checks that you want to print.

  12. Click OKto print the check, close the form, and then click OKin the form to post the payment.

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