In some instances you may need to see more Expense/Item lines on a check. You can see more lines by either clicking on the “Maximize/Restore your work area” button (1) or by clicking on the “Hide/Show the ribbon” button (2). Either of these methods will allow you to see more Expense/Item lines on a check.
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Hope this helps! Scott
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