What is an MICR specification sheet?

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MICR stands for Magnetic ink Character Recognition. It is used for the characters and symbols at the bottom of a check. The MCIR specification sheet dictates the size, font and the magnetic strength necessary for a check to be recognized by standard sorters so that something can be considered a valid check.
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