How to Print Business Voucher Checks with Bank Information

I purchased 3-part voucher checks that are compatible with Quicken, but I am very confused as to how I am supposed to print my name, address, bank information, routing number, check number, account number. So, the 'Print Checks' options prints the information on a piece of paper, but not the information that make a check valid. Please help, this is frustrating.

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  • volvogirlvolvogirl SuperUser ✭✭✭✭
    I'm pretty sure you have to get blank checks with that info already printed on them.  The bottom line with bank account, routing number etc. need to be printed in special ink.  Don't know if that is still true.  
  • UKRUKR SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    It's still true ... Quicken cannot print "blank check stock" and fill in your bank and personal information for you. You must use preprinted check forms which have all this information already filled in before you can use these checks with Quicken.

    Blank check stock or unsupported check styles require add-on software and printer drivers ($$$) from third-party vendors like Avanquest and the use of special MICR-toner/ink together with check forms compatible with the vendor's software. To print these checks directly from Quicken you need to be sure to have a version of this add-on software that supports your version of Quicken before you buy anything, software or blank check forms.


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