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How do I print all transactions for one GL account?

 
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Best answer March 11, 2019

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ShiellaGraceA
QuickBooks Team

How do I print all transactions for one GL account?

Hello Adnerb,

I can help you get your report printed for one GL account.

Let me show you how:

  1. Click Accounting.
  2. Click Chart of Accounts.
  3. Select the account you want to print, and click the drop-down arrow beside View register.
  4. Click Run report.
  5. Change the Report period, and click Run report.
  6. Click the print icon.

I've attached some screenshots below for your reference.

That should do it. Don't hesitate to reach out if you have any other questions, I'll be around.

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ShiellaGraceA
QuickBooks Team

How do I print all transactions for one GL account?

Hello Adnerb,

I can help you get your report printed for one GL account.

Let me show you how:

  1. Click Accounting.
  2. Click Chart of Accounts.
  3. Select the account you want to print, and click the drop-down arrow beside View register.
  4. Click Run report.
  5. Change the Report period, and click Run report.
  6. Click the print icon.

I've attached some screenshots below for your reference.

That should do it. Don't hesitate to reach out if you have any other questions, I'll be around.

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CJumaga
Level 1

How do I print all transactions for one GL account?

The "view register" does not show. 

CJumaga
Level 1

How do I print all transactions for one GL account?

I need to create a report for my year end and need the assets with Accum amort. how do I get the report?

CaitlinOG
QuickBooks Team

How do I print all transactions for one GL account?

Hello CJumaga, 

 

Welcome to the Community! I can see how important it is to be able to view your assets and accumulated amortization for a better understanding of your assets' current book value. Fortunately, they can both be reviewed within the Balance Sheet report in QuickBooks Online. I can shed some light on the process for you. 

 

Fixed assets, along with the applicable accumulated amortization, will be listed under the Non-current asset section of your Balance Sheet. Here's how to run the Balance Sheet report in QuickBooks Online: 

 

  • Select Reports on the left-hand menu. 
  • Find the Balance Sheet report by scrolling down to it or using the search bar to the top right. 
  • Once the report populates, set the desired date range if needed, and click Run Report to refresh the data. 

 

Another option is to run the individual account reports for your fixed assets and accumulated amortization. You can then review them separately or export them to an excel document to combine the reports into one. There have been some updates since my colleague's previous comment, which is why "view register" button isn't there when you're looking for it. Here are the updated steps to run the individual account reports:

 

  • Select Accounting from the left-hand menu, then Chart of Accounts. 
  • From here, find the desired account. 
  • In the Action column, you will see either Account History (if a balance sheet account) or Run Report (if an income statement account) in blue letters, with a drop-down arrow to the right. 
  • Your fixed assets and accumulated amortization are balance sheet accounts, so you'll click the drop-down arrow beside Account History, then select Run Report
  • Change the date range if needed, and click Run Report to update. 
  • To the top right of the report, there are several icons; Email, Print, and Export. If you select the Export icon, it gives you the option to export to either Excel or PDF document format. 

 

I hope this helps. Feel free to elaborate further if I didn't quite hit the mark with this answer. 

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