Font MICR BankenScribe

Font MICR BankenScribe
Description

BankenScribe MICR Font for E13B is based on the ISO 1004 standard. It is used for printing the MICR Line located at the bottom of checks. The MICR Line may contain information such the account number, routing and transaction codes.

You do not require special printers when printing with BankenScribe MICR Font. A branded laser printer equipped with magnetic ink or toner will usually suffice.

BankenScribe font meets the strict requirement of US and International standards required for automatic check processing. It is the ideal choice for MICR encoding and financial document printing.

The font package includes TrueType (ttf), OpenType (otf), and Postscript Fonts (pfa, pfb).

Font Micr - Micr Font - E13b - E13b Font - Check Processing

Published By:Fontmicr.com

License Type:Shareware

Date Added:05 June, 2013

Version:1.12

Price:$90.00

Downloads:83

Size:1.1 MB

Platform: Linux , Linux GPL , Linux Gnome , Linux Open Source

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