If you are going to use the printer for just checks then get a slower -
cheaper HP. If you are going to use the printer for checks and reports then
consider multiple trays. I have had good luck specifying drivers for HPII.
From: rgors [mailto:rgors@...
Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2000 2:55 PM
Subject: [Vantage] Laser Printer Advise
I'm asking my boss for a brand-spanking-new laser printer!! If it is
approved, I would like to buy one that will work with the big "V" and
specifically to print vendor checks.
A) Is this possible? Do people actually print vantage checks without
disaster or chronic aggravation syndrome?
B) I'm thinking of an HP 4050se "Workgroup Printer" with "True 1200 dpi
at full speed" and "Prints 17 ppm". Anyone using one on their
Any input is truly appreciated!!!!
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