I used to use Versa checks with Gnucash several years ago before the
computer that had the printer connected died.
I used personal size checks and I remember that there was an issue with
some sizes or voucher checks or Check 21 or something.
That was several years ago.
On Feb 9, 2018 8:27 PM, "Ronal B Morse" <r...@morsehouse.com> wrote:
> On 02/09/2018 01:39 PM, Ronald Mocny via gnucash-user wrote:
>> Can I write checks in GnuCash and if so is it compatible with
>> VersaCheck. Thanks
> I'm not familiar with Versacheck, but GnuCash has a flexible and fully
> user configurable check writing facility. Personally, the pre-defined
> Quicken three-part voucher check option meets my needs.
> At the beginning of every month I pay ten - twelve bills by check with GNC
> and it's a simple and easy task. The hardest part is remembering which way
> to feed the blank forms into whatever printer I'm using at the time.
> If your forms have accompanying window envelopes, GNC does the addressing,
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