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barbertoncivitan
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Why does my check after printing look like a pay stub when we are paying by paper check?

 
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AlcaeusF
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Why does my check after printing look like a pay stub when we are paying by paper check?

Welcome to the QuickBooks family, @barbertoncivitan.

 

We want to lend a hand with your question related to creating checks. However, we need additional details about how you create the transaction in QuickBooks.

 

Any screenshot or further details you can include would be much appreciated. For now, I can walk you through the Print setup section for you to choose how it prints in the system.

 

Here's how:

 

  1. Click the + New option, then select Check.
  2. Enter necessary information and press Print check
  3. Choose Print setup at the bottom. 
  4. Choose Voucher or Standard
  5. Make the necessary changes, then hit No, continue setup until finish.

I've included some helpful references you can use to handle checks, like how you can create them, as well as adjusting the alignment:

 

I'm only a few clicks away if you have any other questions. Wishing you and your business continued success.

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AlcaeusF
Moderator

Why does my check after printing look like a pay stub when we are paying by paper check?

Welcome to the QuickBooks family, @barbertoncivitan.

 

We want to lend a hand with your question related to creating checks. However, we need additional details about how you create the transaction in QuickBooks.

 

Any screenshot or further details you can include would be much appreciated. For now, I can walk you through the Print setup section for you to choose how it prints in the system.

 

Here's how:

 

  1. Click the + New option, then select Check.
  2. Enter necessary information and press Print check
  3. Choose Print setup at the bottom. 
  4. Choose Voucher or Standard
  5. Make the necessary changes, then hit No, continue setup until finish.

I've included some helpful references you can use to handle checks, like how you can create them, as well as adjusting the alignment:

 

I'm only a few clicks away if you have any other questions. Wishing you and your business continued success.

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Riham w
Level 1

Why does my check after printing look like a pay stub when we are paying by paper check?

شيك الفيدرال يوجد به مشكله لم يصرف لماذا واحتاج الي صرفه

FritzF
Moderator

Why does my check after printing look like a pay stub when we are paying by paper check?

شكرا لانضمامك إلى هذه المحادثة ، لقد راجعت لقطة الشاشة الخاصة بك ، ويمكنني أن أرى أن الشيك لا يأتي من QuickBooks Online (QBO). ومع ذلك ، أقترح بشدة الاتصال بخدمة الإيرادات الداخلية (IRS) للتحقق من سبب عدم صرف الشيك. يرجى الرجوع إلى هذا الرابط للحصول على أحدث معلومات الاتصال الخاصة بهم: https://www.irs.gov/help/telephone-assistance. فيما يلي بعض المقالات المفيدة التي يمكنك استخدامها للتعامل مع الشيكات داخل QBO: كيفية كتابة الشيكات. قم بمحاذاة طريقة طباعة الشيكات. طباعة الشيكات على مخزون الشيكات الفارغة. واسمحوا لي أن أعرف كيف ستسير الأمور أو إذا كان لديك أي مخاوف أخرى. أريد التأكد من الاهتمام بكل شيء من أجلك. أنا دائمًا هنا للمساعدة. احصل على راحة كبيرة من اليوم! إخلاء المسؤولية: يرجى ملاحظة أن هذا الرد مكتوب في الأصل باللغة الإنجليزية. لقد قمت بترجمة هذا إلى اللغة العربية باستخدام أداة الترجمة الخاصة بنا.

 

Thanks for joining this conversation, @Riham w.

 

I checked your screenshot, and I can see that the check doesn't come from QuickBooks Online (QBO). That said, I highly suggest contacting the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to check why the check was not cashed.

 

Refer to this link to get their most updated contact information: https://www.irs.gov/help/telephone-assistance.

 

Here are some helpful articles that you can use to handle checks inside QBO:

 

 

Please let me know how it goes or if you have any other concerns. I want to make sure everything is taken care of for you. I'm always here to help. Have a great rest of the day!

 

Disclaimer: Please note that this reply is originally written in English. I have translated this into Arabic using our translation tool

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