edit check layout

I want to add the word "DOLLARS" after the amount is written out and change the font to bold.


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Hi catherine,

I'd like to clarify the customization options for checks in QuickBooks Desktop.

Currently, you can't edit the check layout in QuickBooks. You can only adjust the alignment from the print window when printing checks. You may also want to check this article: Set up Alignment to Print Cheques.

It would be helpful to have more customization options for checks according to your company preferences. To make this possible, I encourage posting this in our Feature Suggestions board to let our Developer's Team know what they can do to make the program better.

Here's how:

  1. Click the Help menu bar.
  2. Scroll down to Send Feedback Online.
  3. Select Product Suggestion.
  4. Product Area is optional.
  5. Enter your suggestion.
  6. Click Send Feedback.

Your satisfaction would be a great compliment to your product experience. I'm always here if you have further questions.

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