By selecting the correct wallet check
type before printing your checks, you'll avoid
wasting checks because of alignment and reprint issues.
You also can call
Intuit directly for answers
about your check type or other check-related questions.
Use this same number for assistance in using Peachtree
checks with QuickBooks.
Get out your checks and find the gray text
between the stub and your check.
The text is printed vertically and includes a year, INTUIT INC., a three-digit number, and a phone number.
For example, 2006 INTUIT INC. #XXX 1–800–433–8810.
Examine the three-digit number, beginning with a number sign (#). This number determines your wallet check type.
21 image-compatible wallet
checks use any of the following numbers: #808 #828 #848 #868 #888.
Intuit's Traditional wallet checks use all other numbers.
Click the File menu,
click Print Forms, and
then click Checks.
the checks you want to print and click OK.
In the Print Checks window,
click the Wallet Check Type drop-down
arrow and choose one of the following:
If you're using Check
21 checks, click Check
If you're using traditional wallet checks
that are not Check 21 image-compatible, click Traditional.
institutions may require Check 21 compliance,
or may charge fees for non-compliance.
Note: For non-Intuit purchased checks, contact your
check provider to determine if you're using
Check 21 image-compatible checks or QuickBooks-compatible
Traditional wallet checks.
What Check 21 means to you
About Check 21 and wallet checks
Address limitations for Check 21 wallet
Ordering Intuit checks and envelopes