Step 1 - Type in the amount to be translated in to the "Amount in Numbers" box.
Step 2 - click on the button marked "Convert to French".
Step 3 - The translation will be displayed in the "Amount in FRENCH words" box.
Step 4 - Now just copy this on to your cheque.
you have an electric bill/invoice for 123 euros and 46 centimes ()
type "" in to the "Amount in Numbers" box
then click on the "Convert to French" button then
copy the translated amount "cent vingt-trois euros et quarante-six centimes"
on to the top two lines of your cheque.
More help on how to fill out your French cheques at the bottom of the page.
Sometimes people need to write letters of inquiry regarding financial transactions. For example, you might write a letter to a creditor disputing a bill. You should spell out the dollar amounts to ensure accuracy. Don’t mix numerals and words. Hyphenate compound numbers less than 100. Use commas between the words in the same places you would put commas when writing the numerals. Use commas only with dollar amounts with at least five digits. Write the word “dollars” at the end. For example, write $15,237 as “fifteen thousand, two hundred thirty-seven dollars." When you write an amount that includes a cents figure, write the word “and” after the word “dollars.” Then write the amount in cents, followed by the word “cents.” For example, write $ as “thirty-two dollars and forty-five cents."