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Can I print a copy of a check without creating an additional check, I just need a copy of a transaction without creating another transaction?

I want to print a copy for my records of an electronic funds check. I do not want to create another transaction or deduction from my bank account.

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Best answer 12-10-2018

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Can I print a copy of a check without creating an additional check, I just need a copy of a transaction without creating another transaction?

open the existing check in QB.  put blank paper in the printer and click print.

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Anonymous
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Can I print a copy of a check without creating an additional check, I just need a copy of a transaction without creating another transaction?

open the existing check in QB.  put blank paper in the printer and click print.

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Can I print a copy of a check without creating an additional check, I just need a copy of a transaction without creating another transaction?

I did try this, but the program will only let me print checks that are numbered. this one is (eft irs) in the check number area.
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Can I print a copy of a check without creating an additional check, I just need a copy of a transaction without creating another transaction?

the do a screen print.
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Can I print a copy of a check without creating an additional check, I just need a copy of a transaction without creating another transaction?

"but the program will only let me print checks that are numbered. this one is (eft irs) in the check number area."

That isn't what you are seeing. It is asking you to Confirm what Number check stock you just loaded. It doesn't Print this.

Put any # and print on the paper. Then, in QB, put EFT into the check # field, and save it.

Or, open that check on screen and use Ctl Y and print this Journal View as a report.


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