ezPaycheck Payroll Software: How to Adjust Printing Position of Paychecks
In house payroll software ezPaycheck can print paychecks on blank stock and pre-printed checks. Users can customize any field on check. They can also edit the offset values to adjust the printing position of the whole check. Please check the options below:
ezPaycheck payroll software has been trusted by thousands of successful businesses for more than one decade. It helps you process payroll taxes, print paychecks and file tax forms easily and smoothly.
If you have not installed this software, you can download and try it free for 30 days with no obligation and no credit card needed. This paycheck software is compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, 2003 and Vista systems.
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Option 1: Adjust the printing position of some field on check only
You can customize any field on paycheck. Here is an example on how to adjust payee address for envelope window.
- Click the ezPaycheck left menu "Checks" then "Check List" to access Check Setup screen.
- Click the "check layout setup" button to open layout set up screen.
- Select the field you need to adjust from the Item picker
dropdown list. For example: company name, payee address, Memo Text etc.
- Use the mouse to drag and drop it to new location. Or you can also adjust the X or Y position value(s).
- Click the SAVE button to update.
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Option 2: Adjust the printing position of the whole check or the printing position of the bottom MICR Encoding line
You can click the ezPaycheck left menu "Checks" then "Check List" to access Check Setup screen. Majority customers can use the default value "0" for "Offset left", "Offset right", "Offset up" and "Offset down". However, each printer is unique. Some customers may need to adjust the offset value(s) to print checks.
For example: If you need to print the check higher, you can increase the value of offset up. If you need to print the check lower, you can increase the value of offset Down.
These offset value are in inch. You can test it by changing offset value to 0.5 first. Print a test check. Then increase/decrease it to adjust printing position if needed.
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