With a user-friendly interface, ezCheckPrinting is for any business needing to design and print professional-looking checks themselves. Massive enterprises and small startups alike can organize their payments and print custom checks from any laser or MICR printer. Professionalism has never been so easy.
With ezCheckPrinting, you can:
- Design and print checks on blank stock (any standard letter-sized, 8.5" X 11") with logo and MICR line.
- Fill out pre-printed blank checks
- Design and print blank checks with MICR encoding line and logo. You can fill it in manually later, or with Quicken, QuickBooks, Peachtree, Microsoft Money and other software.
- Print draft checks for receiving payment by fax, email or online
ezCheckPrinting can support unlimited accounts and checks with no extra charge.
Big Sur Compatible
Ratings and Reviews
Simple and Easy
I found this program to replace a windows based program when I switched my desktop to Mac. I didn't need a program that reports and tracks and keeps a register and yada yada yada since I do that elsewhere. I just needed check printing. That's what this does. Granted, there may be features I'm not using, but I'll admit I haven't noodled around the software very much.
There is one thing I'd like to be able to do: that's use carriage returns in the note lines on the stub portion of the checks. Otherwise, I think it's great.
There is one other "minor" annoyance. Occasionally I have to "restore full purchase" when I use the program. That may not be any fault of the software; it could be constipation between my machine/account and the Ap Store. Rehardless, with only a few clicks I'm on my way.
Not Mac ready for prime time
This may be great for Windows, but the Mac team did buggy, incomplete work. Columns can't be resized or reordered in register -- well, you can resize, but next time you open the app, back to incomprehensible stock widths. Can't suppress a column you never want to see. Columns in weird order. CSV only imports (sometimes these folks say "CVS" indicating the care that went into this). In the latest version, you CANNOT import data with a comma in it -- I've tried 50 times working with their tech support (all Windows folks I think). The one thing that CSV should be able to do is use quotes to isolate/qualify field data containing a comma. This happens alot when importing address data. It does manage with some turgid fumbling to successfully create usable blank check-stock printable checks. But the last Mac update was over a year ago. I suspect the Mac version may be on life support. The report function is a reminder of how things used to be 30 years ago. No options, just what it is! They always sort latest to oldest, in reports (which you can't change) and every time you open the file. For $40 this is way overpriced.
So Far, So Good, but...
Still working with the trial version getting things setup. But would like to see a couple things added. I'm using it strictly for Check Draft printing using multiple customer accounts. Would be nice if you could add multiple checks from multiple accounts to one batch for printing. Also would be nice if you could easily orride the default check numbering. But looks like it's going to be a better altenative to the current software we're using.
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- Chenxi Yang
- 5.6 MB
- Requires macOS 10.13 or later.
- Age Rating
- © Tekplus LLC
- In-App Purchases
- Upgrade to Full Version $39.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.