Do you need to delete one or more payments from a deposit?
It’s not uncommon for Quickbooks users to accidentally enter the wrong sale value. If the value is supposed to be $100, for instance, but you accidentally entered $50, you’ll need to go back and fix it. The good news is that fixing such errors is a relatively easy and painless process that should only take a few minutes. Keep reading for a step-by-step walkthrough on how to delete a payment from a deposit.
When you are ready to delete a payment from a deposit, log into your Quickbooks account as the administrator and open the respective deposit, at which point you can select and highlight the line you wish to delete, followed by choosing the option to delete the line from the “Edit” menu. If you click the “Edit” menu, you choose an option to delete the highlighted line. When you are finished, save the deposit, make your change, then go back and add the payment to the deposit. Sorry if you were expecting more, but that’s all it takes to delete a payment from Quickbooks!
Now that you know how to delete a payment from Quickbooks, you might be wondering how to add it back. If you accidentally deleted the wrong payment, you’ll need to add it back, in which case you can follow these steps. Open the deposit, and then highlight the line you want to delete and then pick the option to delete the line from the Edit menu. Save the deposit, make your change, and then add the payment back to the deposit.To recover a deleted deposit, you basically need to recreate it. This is done by logging into your account and choosing the “Create (+)” icon, followed by “Bank Deposit.” From here, choose “Existing Payments” and then select the box to the left at the end of each transaction and click “Save.” In doing so, you’ll recreate the deposit.
Whenever you want to create a deposit only to discover that you don’t need something on the deposit, you can just remove the item. This is done by pulling up the deposit, unselecting the box to the left end, and then saving. Basically, this keeps everything on the deposit except for the item or items that you just unselected.
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