What type of checks are compatible to print from Zola Suite?

What type of checks are compatible to print from Zola Suite?

If you are using the print check feature in Zola Suite, you will need 3-part business checks (these checks have a check on the top and two stubs below). These are often referred to as "Voucher Checks". Voucher checks that have the check in the middle or the bottom will not work. You must use "Top of Page" checks. 

Please note: We suggest that you use our recommended vendor - Techchecks

Required Details:
Full Sheet: 8 ½ x 11 
Top Detachable Check: 8 ½ x 3 ½ 
Middle Stub: 3 ½”
Bottom Stub: 4”
2 Signature Lines : NO
Lines On Check : NO
Envelope Size Fit: #9
All other options are per the firm's preference, but must include: Firm information, Banking information, and Check Number.

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