mac_h8r1 wrote:Here's a fun one
I'm looking for some guidance in printer selection.
One of our users has an ancient LJ1000 printer. We just upgraded her system to Windows 7 and it is not compatible. She handles our Payroll and needs to print checks. We currently have her set up on a P2035, which prints fine, except the paper path is different. It pulls it as an "S", as opposed to a "C". On plain white paper this is not an issue. However, she is printing on pre-made checks. In order to print on the check correctly, it must be placed face down instead of face up. Consequently, to print multiple checks, the pile would be inverted (printing larger to smaller numbers.
If it were 2 or 3 checks this would not be a problem, but she is printing for the entire company of more than 250 employees and cannot spend the time re-stacking the checks twice a month.
I would be fine with a LaserJet 1300 even, but that appears to be discontinued.
jfielding wrote:I have been out of the "printer Market" for about 2 years and am curious what HP printer you suggested that is compatible with windows 7 and still accommodates your check printing and is able to use a micr toner cartridge print the checks? I still actually print with a laserjet 5. Its a oldie but a goodie
and stills handles the micr just fine Thanks in advance John
Scrotos wrote:Last time I looked into this, I remembered that you had to pay $$$ to buy a MICR font to use. Because, I dunno, it's super special and if you pay for it, people won't ever use it to make counterfit stuff. Or something.
Scrotos wrote:Do these sorters still use magnetic stuff? Or do they OCR? We got one of them at my workplace and it looks like it scans the check images front and back, I'm assuming it bundles it all into a Check 21 X9.37 file and just uploads it somewhere via SSL. I guess I never really thought about it before. I figured they'd just OCR and look for the special MICR font and dump that in the file header.
Scrotos wrote:There are some older printers that don't work with the HP Universal Print Driver, if you want to simplify on what driver you deploy. I remember the Color LaserJet 2600n didn't work with it but the 2605dn did. Very odd.
bthylafh wrote: The print swerver (correctly configured!)
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