The font list displays all the fonts available on your printer. Once you select a font, the Font style list displays the styles available for the font you selected, and the Size list shows the character sizes available for the font you selected.
For best results with reports and invoices, select the Regular font style a size between 9 and 12. For best results with checks, use the Regular or Bold font style and a size between 9 and 12. Due to Check 21 restrictions, you cannot change the font, font style, and font size of the numeric dollar amount field in checks. For more information, see the note at the end of this topic.
As you make font selections, check in the Sample box to see what the font will look like. For some fonts, this is only an approximation.
Check 21 is a new federal law enacted on October 28, 2004, to help banks handle more checks electronically. Because check scanners may reject checks that use an incompatible font style or size in the numeric dollar amount field, you can print only checks from Quicken that use Arial (font), Regular (font style), 10 pt (font size) in this field. The font style and size of all other typed fields do not interfere with the Check 21 restrictions, so you again have the flexibility to change this information in Quicken. For more information about Check 21, visit www.intuitmarket.com/wcheck21.
If you don't select a font, Quicken chooses a font for you (usually Arial). For the fonts you select: