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Printing Checks in Aplos

The Aplos Check Printing page is a print queue of transactions that can be printed as a check. This will basically be a list of your expenses, whether recorded in a register or Accounts Payable. Below are the steps to print your checks from Aplos.

Getting Started:

You can access your check printing page from Fund Accounting > Transactions > Check Print.

Simply select the payments you want to print by checking the box next to each transaction listed, enter the starting check number, and then click print. If you have any transactions that are maybe an auto-pay or debit card transaction, and don’t need to be printed to a check, you can dismiss those to remove them from your queue. Here is an article to show how you can accomplish that.

Printing Configuration:

You might need to edit configuration so that your checks print correctly. If this is your first time printing a check, you’ll need to be sure to choose the correct style of check. Draft style allows for printing three checks per page. Voucher style prints a single check at the top of the page and two check stubs below.

You can also edit the print margin settings. We recommend that you print a test run on a blank sheet of paper and hold that up to one page of your check stock to check the alignment. If the printed fields are too high or too low, you can increase or decrease the margins by entering a number in the Top Print Margin field. Start small and work your way up. Each time you change the number in the Top Print Margin box, you’ll need to click the Update Config button.


Reprinting a Check:

You can reprint a previously printed check in Aplos. You will need to search for the check that you are wanting to reprint from the check print screen.

Since you’ve already printed this check, you’ll want to toggle the option for Hide Previously Printed  to “No.” You can also set a date range if you have one.

Once you have updated the search options click the Search button to apply them. This will show you the checks that you’ve already printed. So from here you can check off the one that you need to print. You will want to make sure you adjust the starting check number to the proper one so that the order stays the same.

Ordering Your Check Stock:

If you do not already have checks for your organization, you can purchase them through our preferred provider. They have options for both a voucher and draft style.

Updated on December 17, 2019

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