Cheque Factory is a simple program that will assist you in printing cheques in three languages Arabic, English or French. Correspondingly it can handle currencies Dollar, Pound, Euro, Dinar... This software is for developers of applications for accounting, payroll, cash management, which can integrate it into their programs seamlessly. Printing process is simplified through wizards. These wizards help setup the configuration for printing a cheque. You can edit or change the chosen configuration easily at any time (before the printing have begun). The print wizard uses these configurations to run print jobs and management of numbers of cheques and balance remaining in the bank, etc. When configuring the cheque format you can use: * Direct acquisition of cheque image from a scanner, easy positioning and resizing of cheque elements with drag & drop. * You can choose to have the right font and color and make alterations as difficult as possible by anyone else and prevent cheque fraud. * You can preview the print configuration to ensure you have what exactly you wanted. * Choose a custom print size if you need it. * The application can store your digital signature if needed. * The access to the software can be protected by password to prevent unauthorized access. Data can be transferred back and forth to/from the application in formats like Text files, Xbase, FoxPro , Excel and MS Access or MySQL databases to make it easy to work with other applications. The Getting started of the software is very easy by: * Detailed help integrating several screenshots. * Animated tutorials and a user manual in PDF that can downloaded and loaded from the application. Data can be transferred back and forth to/from the application in formats like Text file,Xbase, FoxPro,Excel and MS Access or MySQL databases to make it easy to work with other applications. The application would work with XP, Vista or 7 and can update itself.
Platform Windows NT/2000
Operating Systems Windows NT/2000,Windows XP,Windows Vista,Windows 7
Date added 2 Sep 2010
Last Updated 27 Apr 2012