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Check and Ledger Template?


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With the new year, I'm hoping to find a good and simple template for writing checks and keeping my ledger up-to-date. I tried an Open Office template but ran into problems with macros (probably because I don't have my MAC set up right). I'm still learning how to use my MAC and my security is too tight. Anyway, does anyone have any software or template recommendations. Thanks.
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Are you using financial software? Quicken? iBank? Most good financial programs offer a way to write checks on pre-prepared paper. 6 checks to a sheet with MICR print or 4 to a sheet for business checks.

Word processing templates or Office templates generally do not work right for writing checks. Doing a ledger is easier, but again, financial software may be your best choice.

And by the way, your machine is a Mac not a MAC.

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