What Is The QuickBooks Online Checks Printing Procedure?

by Alex Poter Technical Export

Do you have experience printing checks using QuickBooks Online? It's typical to pay the majority of your expenses online or with a credit card in today's small-business accounting climate. But occasionally, you still need to print a traditional check. Using QuickBooks Online will allow you to complete it quickly.

You've come to the right place if you're seeking QuickBooks online checks printing. See the section below for the best advice on printing checks from QuickBooks online.

Steps to print checks from QuickBooks online

You can instantly print the checks in QuickBooks Online after establishing it as a payment for costs. You have the option of configuring your print settings for a voucher or standard checks. It is feasible to set up Quickbooks check printing using a straightforward procedure. You can print checks that you've already entered in QuickBooks by following these steps.

Step 1: Configure QuickBooks to print checks

  • Make sure you go through the setup for printing checks before printing a check to ensure that your printer and your checks are aligned properly.

Step 2: Include checks in the print queue

  • By using the Print later checkbox or the Print check option when you record a new check, the check is added to the print queue.

  • Your checks can then be printed all at once.

Step 3: Use the print queue to print checks

  • You must choose + New in the beginning.

  • Then select the option to print checks.

  • Before loading your checks into the printer, you can print a test page on plain paper to ensure that everything is aligned and prevent check waste.

  • Then choose from the drop-down the bank account where you wrote the check.

  • Enter the first check's number from the printer in the Starting check no. column.

  • Then select the checkbox next to each check you want to print.

  • Next, select the menu's Preview and print option.

  • Choose Print if everything is correct after that.

  • When your checks have printed properly, choose Done at the end.

Also read: QuickBooks Tool Hub

The Conclusion

The check printing process can go smoothly when you correctly follow the instructions. You have the option to select "Some checks need reprinting" if your checks don't print properly. Or you can choose to keep your checks in the Print checks list. Adjusting your alignment settings may require opening the print setup. In addition, you can get assistance from QuickBooks customer service if you run into any problems or require technical support.

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