Bank Statement Formatting When Printing?
Whether you are looking to print a statement or email it, it is important to learn about the formatting and the ways it can be changed. This will ensure that your statements are well-formatted and delivered on time. If you are unsure about how to format your statements, several online tools can assist you. You can also find a local professional statement printing and mailing company that can help you with your statement printing needs.
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Using a program that allows you to email statements, you will need to enter the customer’s email address. You can also enter the subject line for the email. This will let you know what you want to do when the processing is complete. There is a Preview Document function that will allow you to add a message and preview the document before printing. You can also change the email address if you wish.
In the case of faxing statements, you will need to enter the customer’s fax number. You can also enter the operator code for faxing statements. If you are using a computer program that allows you to print statements, you will need to enter the default printer for printing statements. You can also customize stationery for the printer. If you have customized stationery, you will need to select the customized stationery on the Print Summary pane. If you are using an automated program, you will not have to enter the operator code.
In the case of faxing or emailing statements, you will need to enter the correct number of statements. If you have entered several statements, you will need to select the statements you want to print. You can also use the Print Summary pane to see how many statements you have produced. This is important to ensure that you have produced the correct number of statements. If you have forgotten to enter several statements, you can enter a new number and reprint.
If you want to print a statement for a specific customer, you will need to select the customer’s name. This will ensure that your statement is not printed for a customer who has no invoices. You can also select whether you want to print the statement for an open item or not. The default option is to print an open item. If you do not want to print an item, enter a “0” in the line or column number.
If you are looking to print a statement, you should choose to print a statement for an open item or an open item with a brought forward total. This option is only available if you have selected to print statements for customers with credit or debit balances. If you choose to print a statement for an open invoice, the statement will contain unpaid invoices. You can also use the Month-to-date Messages function to define a message for the value of the balance brought forward.