Configuring Threshold IDs for Signatures gives you the ability to automatically print signatures using dollar-value ranges and to print blank lines for handwritten signatures.

Configure One or Two Signatures for all Dollar-Value Amounts

  1. Make sure all necessary signatures have been assigned to the appropriate User IDs.
  1. Open the Threshold Maintenance window (Mekorma Area page > Setup > System > Threshold Maintenance).
  1. Create a new Threshold ID.
  1. Add a signature, using the look-up in the Default User/Signature 1 field. This opens the Mekorma Signatures Files Lookup window.

    1. There are two ways to add a signature: Signature assigned to a User ID, or a signature file that has been imported to the signature library but is not associated with a User ID. You may want to do this, for example, if your CEO is a check-signer but is not a Dynamics GP user. In that case, you can Import Signatures directly to the Signature Library and then follow the steps below to select a signature file from the library that is not associated with a User ID.

      Signature Assigned to a User ID
      In the User ID view, select a signature assigned to a User ID.

      Signature File Only
      To change the view to Signature Files, click the dropdown and select Signatures.

      Now you can select a signature file from the signature library that is not associated with a User ID.
  1. If you want two signatures to print, perform the same action in the Default User/Signature 2 field. This will again open the Mekorma Signatures Files Lookup window.

    Here the Threshold ID is configured to produce a single signature assigned to all dollar values.
  1. Assign the Threshold ID to the checkbook to which you would like to apply these signatures.
  1. Using Edit Vendor Payment make a test batch with a payment of any dollar amount. Print that payment.

    If everything went according to plan, your check will come out signed. Now we’ll enhance that with Signature lines and different numbers of signatures based on dollar-value ranges.

Adding Conditional Logic based on Dollar-Value Ranges

You can print the signatures conditionally based on dollar-value ranges. In the example below, one signature will print for the lowest range, 2 will print in the second range and none will print in the top range—those go for manual signatures.

Adding Signature Lines

Finally, signature lines can be added simply by checking a checkbox and are also conditional based on dollar value ranges and you can have a line with or without a signature. The following configuration prints one underlined signature in the first range, one underlined signature along with a blank line to be manually signed in the second range and two blank lines at the top range.

To test this configuration, create a batch and input 3 payments, for example:

  1. $500 — will show just Karen’s signature (underlined)
  2. $5500 — will show Karen’s signature (underlined) and a blank line
  3. $60000 — will show two blank lines

But first, Apply your Threshold ID to a Checkbook.

Last modified: January 4, 2022

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