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How to reprint checks and sales forms

SOLVEDby QuickBooksQuickBooks Online316Updated June 30, 2022

You can reprint any check or sales form at any time.

Find the check

Follow these steps to find the check through search.

  1. Select the magnifying glass icon at the top of the page.
  2. Search for the transaction by entering a transaction number, a date, or an amount and selecting Enter.

Reprint the check

Here's how to reprint the check:

  1. Go to Business overview then select Reports (Take me there), or go to Reports (Take me there).
  2. Look for Check Detail report.
  3. From the report, select the check you'd like to print.
  4.  If you're printing a single check, select Print check.
  5. If you're printing multiple checks, print individually or add them to the print queue so you can print them in batches:
    • Open the checks you want to print one at a time.
    • Select Print Later.
    • Select Save and close.
    • Select + New.
    • Select Print Checks.
    • Choose the Bank Account from the drop-down menu.
    • Select the checks you want to print in this batch.
    • Select Preview and Print, then Print.
Note: When printing checks, make sure the Starting Check #: field has the desired #, otherwise the check will print with the next new check #.

Reprint sales forms

Here's how to reprint sales forms:

  1. Select the magnifying glass icon at the top of the page.
  2. Search for the sales form by entering a sales form number, a date, or an amount and selecting Enter.
  3. Look for the sales form in the Recent Transactions section.
  4. Once you locate the sales form, select Print or preview.

Now you know how to find checks, and reprint checks and sales forms.

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