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How do i print a list of all deposit detail

how do i print a list of all deposit detail
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Hey there, 401south! Are you just looking for a fast way...

Hey there, 401south!

Are you just looking for a fast way to print all your deposits? It's super easy! All we need to do is click the "Recent Transactions" button (the small button to the right of the Create (+) button at the top of your Home screen). We're going to click "More..." from the bottom of the dropdown. From here, we're going to click the dropdown to the right of the word "Search" at the top of the screen and choose "Deposits." This is a list of all your deposits! To print, just click the little printer icon at the upper right of the list.

See that? I told you it was a breeze! Let me know if I can help you with anything else :)
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Wonderful. I's so use to the 2012 version on my pc we I w...

Wonderful. I's so use to the 2012 version on my pc we I went online it totally played with my brain.
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Oh yeah, that can totally happen :) Welcome to QuickBooks...

Oh yeah, that can totally happen :) Welcome to QuickBooks Online! We're so happy to have you! :D
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This new version of QBO is very hard to use. I spend way...

This new version of QBO is very hard to use. I spend way too much time looking up how do things. I didn't have to go through 4 or more steps to look for information or to enter information. My clients really hate it and are threatening to quit using my service if I can't go back to the "old" easy to use version. I will be looking for a different service if I can't switch back!
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You still cannot get a detailed list of deposits made - j...

You still cannot get a detailed list of deposits made - just a list of deposits made, regardless of if a deposit entailed multiple payments.....

Experienced Member

Ugh...what a mess!  I resulted to going to the General Le...

Ugh...what a mess!  I resulted to going to the General Ledger Report and exporting it to Excel. I deleted all the blank lines and sorted that column for the Deposits. Luckily I'm doing work for a new company and not many transactions. This way too much work for something so simple. This comment applies to QBO 2018.
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Re: Hey there, 401south! Are you just looking for a fast way...


What version are you using to do this?

Active Member

Re: Hey there, 401south! Are you just looking for a fast way...

What version of QB is this?

dtc
Experienced Member

Re: Hey there, 401south! Are you just looking for a fast way...

reports - recent transactions

customize report - change dates

select deposits only

get list by date with a total for period

 

Active Member

Re: How do i print a list of all deposit detail

Quick-books now has a report for this if you're using the desktop version. Just go to reports>banking> deposit detail. You can customize the report to your liking. I hope this helps...

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Re: Hey there, 401south! Are you just looking for a fast way...

How do we get a total amount on the deposits? I get a list but not a sum, thanks--

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Re: How do i print a list of all deposit detail

Go to the bank ledger, Click on a Deposit, Click on Edit this will show the Undeposited Funds account where you made the original deposit. At the bottom of the screen, click on Print, then click on what option you want. I print a Deposit summary only-this shows what you deposited and a total.

 

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Re: Ugh...what a mess! I resulted to going to the General Le...

Thank you for this fantastic work around. I really hate trying to convert pdf to excel. If intuit was smart they would allow you to get to such a view while inside a deposit transaction's edit screen rather than just let us print the summary to a pdf. Honestly they should have the export to excel button everywhere though.

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