QuickBooks 2019 for Mac Desktop, version V18.0.9R10. I prepared and saved a deposit of 10 checks by selecting the received payments in undeposited funds. I did not yet have the opportunity to print the deposit slip or take the checks to the bank. I now have an additional check to deposit and would like to add it to the previously created deposit, rather than create a new deposit for 1 check. If I select that payment from undeposited funds, it always creates a new deposit. In the deposit window, there appears the text "Enter any other amounts to deposit below, or click Payments to add or remove received payments to deposit." - I have clicked Payments, and selected the received payment I want to add to the existing deposit, however I don't see a clear way to add that received payment to the deposit slip. Do I need to change from "Group with other undeposited funds" to "Deposit to Bank"? Do I need to do something with the "Clear payments/Auto Apply" button? It seems like this should be a simple process... but my tired old brain hasn't figured it out yet. Any assistance would be much appreciated.
Thanks Joesem M!!! While the examples you provided appear to be from a Windows version, the fact that there was a "Payments" button at the top of the Deposit window, made me take a closer look at the icons at the top of the Mac Desktop Deposit window. I did find an "Add payment to deposit" button [what appear to be 3 overlapping circles (coins?) with a downward arrow] and this did exactly what I wanted. At least in the Mac version, it is not necessary to open the undeposited funds because when you click the aforementioned (and newly discovered by me) button, it opens the Undeposited Funds "Select a payment to deposit" window. I knew it had to be an easy fix, but the section on deposits in the User manual only describes how to delete a payment from an existing deposit, not how to add another payment. Perhaps I'll change my icons to also show their description... that might have saved me a lot of time & you the necessity to respond to such a basic question. Thanks so much for your help.