How To Reprint Existing Checks

checkbook-2-480x360Still struggling to reprint an existing check in your Quickbooks account?  It’s actually a relatively simple and straightforward process that should only take a couple of minutes. Nonetheless, many first-time Quickbooks users struggle to find the correct way to reprint checks. Since there’s not an option designed specifically for this reason, you have to take a different approach to reprint existing checks.

Steps To Reprint Existing Checks:

  1. Click on the Banking menu at the top of your Quickbooks account screen.
  2. Select Use Register from the Banking menu.
  3. Scroll through the list of bank accounts from the drop-down menu and choose the one containing the check you wish to reprint.
  4. Select OK to bring up the bank account register.
  5. Browse through the transactions until you find the check.
  6. Once you’ve located the check, highlight the number and press T on your keyboard (this is the shortcut for print).
  7. Select the Record option at the bottom right and choose Yes when prompted to record changes.
  8. Quickbooks will now add the check to your Print Queue.
  9. Select the File option at the top of your Quickbooks screen.
  10. Choose Print Forms.
  11. Choose Print Checks.
  12. Select the checks you wish to print and click OK.
  13. Verify the correct printer is chosen and select the Print.
  14. Your checks should now reprint.

Following the steps above will allow you to reprint existing checks in your Quickbooks account.

Help, My Checks Are Printing In Reverse Order

Some Quickbooks users may experience problems with their checks printing in reverse order. If you’re only printing half a dozen or so checks, this isn’t going to cause any major issues, as you can rearrange the checks once they are printed. However, if you’re printing 100 or more checks, placing them in the correct order can be time-consuming, monotonous task. So, how do you solve this problem?

If your checks are printing in reverse order, the problem is most likely due to a setting on your printer. Some printers are designed to print the last document first, resulting in a backwards stack of checks. Go into your Windows OS Control Panel, right click on the appropriate printer and select Printing Preferences. You should see an option that determines which page prints first. Select the option to print in ‘normal’ not reversed order.

Did this walkthrough help you solve your check printing problem? Let us know in the comments section below!

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