Thanks for coming to the Community for help, @ShirleyT.
If you're already setup for DD, you can void the printed ones and run payroll again. This time, make sure to place a checkmark on the box next to Use Direct Deposit when creating the paychecks.
Check out this screenshot for visual reference:
Before making these changes, I recommend backing up your data to avoid accidental data loss. Then, follow these steps:
For more information about the process, take a look at this article: Void a paycheck.
Once done, create and send direct deposit paychecks to your employees. Here’s an article to serve as your guide: Send payroll and direct deposit paychecks in QuickBooks Desktop Payroll.
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Thank you for getting back, @ShirleyT.
The steps provided by KhimG is the correct way to void a check and be able to process a direct deposit paycheck. It won't void all of the transactions, it'll just void the paychecks selected.
Since you've already recorded the payment in QuickBooks Desktop, you can delete it under the Payment History section.
You can skim these articles for more information about paying payroll tax liabilities:
Drop a comment below if you have any other questions. I'm always happy to help. Have a good day!
So I delete the payroll liability payments I made to fed & state before I delete the one printed pay check, then I process payroll liabilities all over again once I send the new check to direct deposit? Is this the process to correct it all?
I've read the whole thread, ShirleyT.
You can leave the liability payments as is. You'll just have to open the printed paycheck and place a checkmark on the Use Direct Deposit box. Once done, you'll be prompted to send it through direct deposit.
In case you want to change a direct deposit paycheck to a regular one, refer to this article: Change a direct deposit paycheck to a regular paycheck in QuickBooks Desktop Payroll.
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