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Microsoft Dynamics GP – Miscellaneous Check

  
  
  
  
  

Need to print a single check for a one time purchase using Microsoft Dynamics GP?

In this video, I’ll show you how to do just that!  I’ll use the Miscellaneous Check Entry Window to avoid having to setup a vendor to get 1 check.

Here the gotchas:

  1. You can only print a check for a bank account that uses the functional currency for the company.
  2. The formatting of this check is separate from the formatting of the Payable Management Check.
  3. You cannot put these checks in batches, its enter-print-post!
Belinda (the GP CSI) Allen
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Belinda, in miscellaneous check, there is no control on the cheque number - i.e. you can print duplicate cheque numbers [in version GP 10]. Is this issue resolved in GP 2010? if not, how do you advise client to get around this problem?
Posted @ Friday, May 04, 2012 1:24 PM by Roland
You are correct. The control of turning off duplicate check numbers and overriding check numbers for the Payables Management series only. So, duplicate check numbers can be used. 
 
I am assuming this is due to user error (having duplicate checks.) So I would make sure the users printing the checks do not have access to the Checkbook Maintenance window, then I would use VBA to prevent the users from being able to change the Check number ID in the Misc Check Entry window. Then the users would be forced to use the next check number. If it incorrect, they would need to get someone with access to change it in the Checkbook Maintenance. 
 
Do you think this would work for you?
Posted @ Friday, May 04, 2012 1:40 PM by Belinda Allen
Why is user defined check 2 not getting defaulted from AP setup ?
Posted @ Saturday, September 14, 2013 2:54 AM by sanjay
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