The Epson WF3540 we bought for the office two weeks ago prints everything but checks. When we write checks using the old Quicken 2000 software, the Fax transmittal page pops up. I spent half a day, it seemed, on the phone with Epson support. I learned there are two programs in my printer dialog box, one for regular printing and one for sending faxes. The regular program is our default option, yet the checkwriting instruction from Quicken apparently "chooses" the fax program. The Epson tech guy finally decided the problem was not Epson's, but Quicken's (even though we never had this problem with any other printer). After talking with him, I uninstalled the Epson software (which I had installed as a wireless installation) and reinstalled it with a USB cable. There was an immediate improvement in the amount of time it took for the printer to respond to a print instruction. Again, everything printed correctly except for checks. Again the fax message popped up. It is important for us to be able to print checks from the computer. As a last resort, we will switch to a newer Quicken version, but I thought I'd see if I can keep the one we are used to and solve the problem--with your help.