I need to void some cheques from 2018 as they weren't cashed. I also need to replace some cheques from 2019 and 2020 which have not been cashed and are lost. Please help ? I do not want to ruin previous years financials
Welcome to the community family! QuickBooks Desktop accompanies you at every step of the running of your business. I know how important it is to ensure accuracy across your books. I'll be happy to point you in the right direction with this.
Voiding cheques in QuickBooks Desktop is a pretty straightforward process.
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How do I do it if we are using QB online?
It almost seems that I can just over write the new cheque number, but since it doesn't ask to save or anything else, doesn't seem right...
Can you help?
Hi JayMP. Managing your transaction has never been easier with QuickBooks Online. I'll be happy to show you how to void cheques using simple steps. Here's how:
Could you elaborate more on what you mean by it doesn't prompt you to save? Feel free to send a full screenshot you're on so I can get a visul reference. I'd recommend trying this using a private/incognito window as this usually by-passes most browser issues. I encourage you to try this out and let me know know how you make out. I'll be here in case you need anything else.
Thank you for your reply, but I still need your help. I wanted to changed the title of my message, to don't make it confusing, as it is similar but not exactly the same to the chain I originally added to... but I couldn't...
- The employee lost the cheque # 4
- When going to the pay cheque list, it seems that I can overwrite the new cheque number where the # 4 is currently, without having to confirm or save such change... Can I do that? (see screenshot) or do I have to void the cheque and write down a new cheque physically, and if so, how do I record it on QuickBooks ? Does it have to be through payroll again??
Cheque # 4 won't appear anymore
Glad to hear back from you.Great job on navigating to the paycheque list. You can change the cheque number from there or you could also change it using these steps here:
Once you've done this, the updated cheque number is the one that'll show up going forward. Keep in mind that you'll have to save the cheque number if you want to save it in the program. Are you looking for ways to remove cheque #4 from the system?
Thank you for your prompt response :)
It seems that your suggestion is the most suitable. If I understood correctly, the new cheque number will show up all the time now? in paycheque history, payroll/overview/view paycheque list... is this correct? Even when it is just by overwriting and it doesn't show any button where I can click to 'save change'...
If so, when you typed "Keep in mind that you'll have to save the cheque number if you want to save it in the program", how do I do that? I thought just by changing it following the steps you gave me it was a way to save it.. (sorry, I am understanding both suggestions contradicting)
And also, yes, I would like to "remove cheque #4 from the system? " How do I do that?
Glad to hear back from you, @JayMP. I appreciate you sending the helpful screenshot. You can change the cheque number by overwriting it using the steps I've provided above. To save the changes you'll just need to click OK and you won't have to worry about making other changes such as voiding the cheque. The new cheque number will be the one that shows up on the account going forward. Let me know if you have further questions, I'm here to help.