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EAP WTHD20: 1099-MISC Copy B Mailing Address Font Too Small and Extra Line Spacing (Doc ID 2634813.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 21, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The 1099-MISC Copy B Mailing Address Font Too Small and the font used is different than font used on the body of the 1099 Copy B form.  

Also, there are line spacing issues.  When the Supplier has either an Additional Name on the Identifying Information page or Address 2 is populated on the Address page, additional line spacing occurs.  Customer expects no line spacing within the Mailing Address.

STEPS:
1.  Run 1099 Job
2.  Print 1099-MISC Copy B Forms

FONT

Reporting Tools > BI Publisher > Report Definition > Template ID APX1099CT > APX1099Misc.rtf > 1099-MISC Mailing Address section:
     Font:  Arial ... should be Times New Roman
     Font Style:  Regular
     Size:  blank ... should be 9

Example of a 1099 where there are no issues with the Mailing Address font size.
1099-INT:  Reporting Tools > BI Publisher > Report Definition > Template ID APX1099ICT > APY1099INT.rtf > 1099-INT Mailing Address section:
     Font:  Times New Roman
     Font Style:  Regular
     Size:  9

ADDRESS SPACING

1.  USA0000070 > Identifying Information tab > Additional Name = WTHD70 > Address tab = 1 Address > Mailing Address prints as follows:

     WTHD70
     WTHD70
     70 ADDRESS

     PLEASANTON, CA  94588

2.  USA0000019 > > Identifying Information tab > Additional Name = blank > Address tab = Address 1 and Address 2 populated > Mailing Address prints as follows:
    
     STEDART TAX SERVICES

     9999 4TH ST.
     1099 ADDRESS
     MORAGA, CA  94887

3.  USA0000018 > Identifying Information tab > Additional Name = blank > Address tab = Address 1 populated > 1099 Mailing Address prints as follows:

     RONALD RIVES

     909 HACIENDA

     PLEASANTON, CA 94598


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Cause

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