MICR 13B and CMC-7
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MICR 13B and CMC-7 Font
MICR 13B and CMC-7 Symbol Sets
/123456/ &123456789& 9876-532/
Creating a MICR 13B Routing String
Tip: If you do not wish the check number to appear in its original location, confirm that the option Copy original data to output is unchecked.
5. The Insert Text dialog box will display. For this example we are going to split the MICR line into three sections:
/567888/ &123456789& 9876-5432/
– first character string / (ON US)
– check number (6 digit number)
– account and routing numbers including special characters
( / &123456789& 9876-5432/ )
Note: Routing number combinations may vary.
6. From the Insert > Constant field enter the starting character of your MICR line. In the At character position Constant enter character position 0. Click OK.
7. Highlight the same variable as before (MICR), right click and select Insert String.
8. Since a check number variable was created earlier (CHKnumber), select Variable for the Insert field. From the list of options select the variable name, CHKnumber, which was created earlier. Enter the number one (1) in the Constant field for the At Character Position.
9. Right click MICR and select Add Function > Insert string. The Insert String dialog box will display. Insert the remaining characters (&123456789& 9876-5432/), account and routing numbers into the Insert > Constant field. In the At Character Position field enter the starting position of the remaining character, in this case, character position 7.
Placing a MICR 13B Routing String