Thanks for posting in the Community. I'm here to provide clarification on unvoiding a check.
QuickBooks Online (QBO) currently doesn't offer a way to automatically reinstate a transaction that has been voided. It's generally recommended to manually re-enter the transaction.
Here's how you can locate the information that was contained on the check:
The following is a brief video to serve as an example:
For information on this, I recommend the following article: How To Undo A Voided Transaction.
That's it. I'm sure that you'll have this transaction remade in no time at all.
I'm here should you need anything. Have a lovely day.
There an option to unvoid a check, @Accountant121,
You can manually recreate the voided check by reviewing its details directly from your Audit Trail report.
Once completed, you can go ahead and recreate the voided check. You can read this article for the detailed steps: Create, modify, and print checks.
You can also read this helpful article for your future tasks: Reconcile an account in QuickBooks Desktop.
Fill me in if you have any other questions. Always happy to help.
When I recreate the check, I just manually enter it under Write Checks? Do I use the original check date when recreating? The check was initially cut in Dec and then voided improperly in Jan.
Good evening, @Accountant121.
I hope you're having a good day. Recreating a check is only a few clicks, and you'll be back in business.
Yes, you're on the right path to success. When creating that new check, you can use the date that was on the original check.
Here's how to recreate a check:
For more information about writing checks, here's an article with easy steps to take if you have a lot of checks to write: Connect bank and credit card account to QB Online
Please don't hesitate to comment below if you have other questions. Have a safe and productive rest of your week!