Before we start, it’s important to note that existing checks must be printed as a batch so they no longer appear in the Print Queue. Failure to do co could lead to confusion later down the road.
When you’re ready to begin, find the check that you wish to reprint. Next, click “edit” to access the options associated with the respective check. You should then click the Banking menu at the top right-hand corner of your screen, followed by “Use Register.” Assuming you followed these steps, you should see a drop-down menu with all of your bank accounts. Choose the bank account from the drop-down menu and click OK to access the correct banking register.
Next, go through the list of checks and choose the one you wish to reprint. Using your mouse, highlight the number of the check and press “T.” Note: this will modify the check number to print, indicating its ready for print. But you aren’t out of the woods just yet. Now you’ll need to click the “Record” link at to the bottom of the register, followed by “Yes” when it asks if you want to record the changes.
Your check should now be placed in the Print Queue. Next, access File > Print Forms > Print Checks > select the checks you want to print and click “Ok.” This will bring up the Print Checks window, at which point you can verify the printer is connected and functional. As long as everything looks good, click OK to being printing the check.
Sorry if you were expecting more, but that’s all it takes to reprint checks in Quickbooks! Be sure to check out our how-to guides and Quickbooks tips here at the MyVao.com blog.
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