Installation Instructions:

CheckWriter comes with an installation card. To get a copy of this card by fax:

Click Here for a SINGLE User Instruction Card
Click Here for a Network Edition Instruction Card


Directions: Insert Your CheckWriter CD Into Your CD ROM Drive.  The AutoRun Feature should begin the installation process automatically.  

If installation does not begin automatically, go to the My Computer Icon on your Desktop and click on the CheckWriter Icon above the picture of your CD ROM Drive.

Next, follow the on-screen instructions until installation is complete. Do not select the option to allow your computer to restart when you are prompted, say NO and manually restart your machine when the installation is fully completed.

YOU MUST REBOOT YOUR COMPUTER MANUALLY FROM THE START MENU BEFORE USING CHECKWRITER FOR THE FIRST TIME.


NOTE: THE FIRST TIME YOU USE CheckWriter™

- Be sure your create a new record.

Also - when you start the program check that your MICR font is active. If needed activate your font manually.  

To activate your font: Close the Program, Click on Start, Settings, Control Panel and then Fonts.

Look for the MICR E13B font in your fonts folder and double click on it. View the font and select "done". When you restart the software the font will be activated.

For an even more detailed explanation of this procedure, please click here.

For Re-installation of the software click here.

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Updated Version: Want the most current version of CheckWriter?  It has fixes to common issues and includes this handy binocular search button that allows you to instantly search any field.

Binocular Search Button Available in Version 5.2+

To update your version, read the directions in the "Update" folder on your CD.

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NOTICE: Once installed the creators of this software assume no liability for misuse or fraud associated with the software package. Funds authentication and verification record keeping, and privacy are the sole responsibility of you the customer, purchaser, and end user.

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