Using standard Sapscripts for cheque print do produce a remittance advice from payables which include a cheque at the bottom of the page. If the number of invoices is such that the detail on the remittance advice would overflow onto the cheque, then the cheque is printed as normal but the invoice details for that supplier are diverted to a seperate tray (or separate device)where blank papers are used. The cheque is then subsequently matched manually with the seperately printed remittance. Here are the steps to achieve that: * Make sure all Tray names used are defined with the correct print control in SPAD for the printer. * SE71 - on page layout, designate a tray name (example: TRY04) in the Resource name to all pages in the check print Sapscript. (All cheque stocks will be pulled from tray 4). Do the same to the Remittance Sapscript using perhaps TRY03 ( blank papers will be pulled for invoice details) * Payment Program Configuration - For more infomation on configuring the payment program, refer to the Implementation Guide. Choose Payment method -> In company code, highlight the payment method defined for the company (usually check - prenum/unnum overflow) and click detail. Click 'pyt adv.ctrl', on this screen, check 'Restricted to' and type 21 in the Row box. Check Pymtadv.after...lines. (only 21 lines on the payment medium where note to payee information can be stored. In the event that more lines ar required, a payment advice note is displayed on the payment medium and a separate payment advice note is printed, in this case, on blank paper drawn from tray 3. Good luck!