Wilmington, Delaware – Match Software(TM) today is pleased to announce the release of Check Writer III to easily create and print checks, as well as their accompanying letter, from any Mac, OS X or macOS Sierra. Checks can be highly customized, and printed on regular letter-size paper or professional looking check refill paper available from fine office supply and online stores. For instance, Versacheck #1000, #1001, #1002, #3000, and Personal Checks # 3001. Even non standard sheets can be used, thanks to very precise setting of checks dimensions.
Checks layout can be modified with choice of fonts, and each element of the check can be moved at will. It is possible to suppress printing of certain elements if they are already present on the check stock. Signature can be added and printed at the same time. Pictures can be inserted for logos and illustrations. Photographs and images can be used as background.
The Register acts as a record book, and keeps all transactions in an easy column format, like the paper booklet. Each transaction can be viewed, reconciled, and checks can be viewed or printed again if needed. Deposits and other debits such as ATM debits can be added. Balance is calculated automatically. Multiple accounts are supported, with instantaneous switch between them. Records can easily be exported in CSV format for use in spreadsheet or database.
The built in word processor supports RTF (Rich Text Format), fonts, styles, colors and pictures. Letters can be saved and loaded as templates for different usages. With the exclusive merge function, data from the check automatically show in the letter name and address of the payee, amount, number, as well as what the check is for.
Checks can be printed immediately on the different kinds of paper, such as vouchers with checks on top, middle or bottom position. For three checks per page forms, checks can be memorized and printed later in batches, so all slots are used. Blank checks can be printed in any number, to be used later as regular paper checks.
MICR Toner (magnetic ink) supported for any serious check printing, to comply with the American Banking Association MICR E13B standard. MICR E13B printing complies with ANSI X9.27-1995, ANSI X9.100-160-1-2009, and Canadian CPA006 standards. Extremely accurate MICR E13B technology is used to print special characters at the bottom of checks so they are recognized by bank processing.
Pricing and Availability:
Check Writer III list price is $19.99 (USD) for download delivery. Check Writer III is immediately available in the Mac App Store, as well as on the CheckWriter-Printer site, where users can download a free evaluation copy. Check Writer III is offered in English, French and Spanish.
Match Software was founded in 1987 by Michel Bujardet, with the goal of providing fonts and fonts utilities to both PC and Mac users. It is located in Wilmington, Delaware. Match Software supplies especially crafted MICR fonts to print magnetic information at the bottom of checks as well as calibration software, and MICR verification and positioning gauges. The MICR E13B and CMC-7 fonts have been selected by national and regional banks throughout the world. Match Software also offers a collection of exclusive fonts for handwriting, calligraphy, dingbats, decorative, and pure typography. The School Fonts division supplies fine fonts to teach and learn handwriting for D’Nealian and Zaner-Bloser methods. Numerous schools from around the world are using them. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 Match Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, macOS and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.Click here for reuse options!
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