Windows TrueType fonts for check printing. Checks must be printed with MICR or E-13b fonts and magnetic toner on a laser printer. You can also print the check amount and payee name in a way that is hard to forge. This TrueType & PostScript font set gives you the MICR encoding font needed to print checks on multiple bank accounts.
Concerned that people may be altering your check amounts or payee names? This package gives you 13 different styles of Windows TrueType fonts that make it very difficult to alter or forge a check. Check amounts can be printed in dollars, euros, pounds, or yen. Payee names can also be printed.
Convert your signature into a Windows TrueType font. Signature fonts print your signature inside any Windows program. This font is perfect for signing letters, checks, faxes, mass mailings, or even initialing memos!
Convert your signature into a bitmapped PCL soft font for use in Unix, DOS, or AS/400s. Your check writing software can use the signature font to automatically print your signature on each check. A PCL signature font requires an HP LaserJet® or compatible printer.
Need PCL bitmapped soft fonts to print MICR in Unix, DOS, or AS/400s? Each check must be printed with the MICR or E-13b font using magnetic toner on an HP LaserJet or compatible printer. This PCL bitmapped font set gives you everything you need for MICR printing from multiple bank accounts. Requires a 600 dpi or better laser printer.
Is your MICR printing accurate enough to be accepted by your bank? Use our MICR gauge to verify that your check is correctly laid out. Add a gauge to any MICR font order, or buy just the gauge by itself.