Category Archives: user-manual

Adding Users

SETUP USERS and ENABLE SECURITY Go to the MultiCHAX program and enter SETUP. You must then click on “Maintain Users”, in the toolbar, and then highlight your userid (admin is added as the default user,when you install the program), and click on update user. Click on button to toggle enable/disable security In Maintain Users, you can setup: Users […]

Fine Tuning your Check Printout

SET DESCRIPTIVE PRINTING This is an option that is accessed in the toolbar of the setup control record window. In this screen you can turn on or off verbiage that is printed on your check face, such as “Pay to the Order Of”, “Amount”, “Check Number”, and the “Bottom Signature Line”. Also if these features are turned on, […]

Number of Significant Digits

Number of Significant Digits for ID Embedded in Check # If your accounting program is able to print a check number on the check printout (most do), then MultiCHAX can automatically determine the bank account. This can only be applied in our software if you choose the “Automatic” method of check selection (Ultimate Edition only). You should specify […]

Activate your license

[et_pb_section][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”2_3″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] To activate or change your license (serial key) for MultiCHAX, please follow these instructions. Open MultiCHAX Select the menu SETUP Click on “Enter New Serial #” Enter your serial number (case sensitive) MultiCHAX will record your serial number and exit. [/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][et_pb_column type=”1_3″][et_pb_cta admin_label=”Call To Action” title=”Order MultiCHAX” button_url=”http://www.chax-store.com/Check-Printing-Software-QuickBooks-Peachtree-Free-Demo-s/4.htm” button_text=”Buy It Now” background_color=”#95d666″ […]

Adjusting the MICR line (vertical and horizontal alignment) on your checks

ADDING A NEW BANK ACCOUNT Select “Set MICR Offsets” in the MultiCHAX® toolbar The following screen will be displayed Since any two printers are slightly different in the way they feed and align paper, the means for compensating for these differences, the following “Offset” instructions are provided. It is important that the image printed aligns within fairly […]