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When the number of invoices flow beyond to the set number of 35, a new check number is being displayed on the check.
Ex: For the same supplier, the 1st page has a check number 300001 and VOID on the check at the bottom. The next page has check number 300002 and VOID at the bottom and the last page/final page with 300003 and the live check at the bottom.
Is this an intended functionality? Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to display the same check number on all the pages. Can this be achieved in the report programmatically
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks.

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I guess there is a limitation on the number of invoices that can be paid by a single check. It has something to do with the payment document that you are using. Not very sure though!!

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