Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central can indeed print paper checks… The default layout is called “Check”… and it’s a single stub and a single check. In my experience, most businesses don’t use this layout… so how do you change it to match your layout?
Below is a very brief write up to make this change using the additional out of the box options for Business Central.
I would like to say that the real solution to this is to pay your vendors electronically, but we can save that debate for a different day 🙂
I use Excel… a LOT, and for a very long time! With that comes the inevitable… my eyes aren’t as young as they used to be… plus, we tend to have a TON of data in our Excel file, sometimes making it harder to know which data is on the row that I am looking at.
I know, you can use themes, or highlight the row manually, but I want something dynamic. I want to highlight the active row (the row where my cursor is)… and I am greedy, I want it to change every time I change rows.
I personally think this should be a feature built into Excel, but I cannot find it anywhere – if you know of a different way, please post a comment below.
I’ve put together a few steps to automatically highlight my active row. Read on to see these steps and maybe put it to use for you!