Hello; I am trying to implement the 3-part cheque report for accounts payable. It almost works, but I can’t figure out why the customer’s statement (top third) creates a page break before the cheque (middle third) and internal statement (bottom ~third). Also, the middle and bottom third are printed twice. What should be a single page ends up as three pages. Any advice welcome. Brian.
It sounds like you have too much printing in the top for the footer to print on the same page. The base cheque uses the footer, so you need to understand how it printed before you can change it. Chris Krantz NCSD,NCSQL,MCSD,MCSE Microforum Inc. Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Why don´t you try to install lasernet between the Solution, this will easyly solve your problem. LaserNet is a complete system for electronic design, print, and maintenance of forms. The software is installed with Windows NT or Windows 2000. Among other things, LaserNet has the unique feature that you may distribute your print on a network or send it as a mail or a fax. You may also store your documents in an electronic archive. In general, you shall make no changes in the data stream from your present ERP system, as LaserNet in an intelligent way can handle even advanced functionalities such as calculations, change of pages, ODBC, Java-script, etc
An add-on has already been developed that does exactly what you’re looking for. Aston-IT in Ontario California has an Enhanced AP Cheque (well, they spell it ‘check’) routine that will run check-stub-stub, stub-check-stub, or stub-stub-check. It’s pretty cheap, and is not that difficult to modify, should you need to. cheers,