I do use QB compatible checks, and the memo does not print in the correct place. Come on Intuit, can't I just move it up a little?
Hello, jwnich3, cheipel, Dmrowley .
Editing the check template is currently unavailable. To fix issues when printing checks, let’s first try to update your QuickBooks release version. Once done, install and run the Print and PDF Repair tool.
Though, if you’re still having issues after trying the steps above, I’d recommend contacting the support team for further assistance:
I’ll also make sure to take note of your desired way of printing and editing checks then share it with our engineers for future updates.
Post your questions again here in the Community if you have other concerns about QuickBooks.
Thank you suggesting to make the check template customizable, CJDay. I'll share this with our engineers.
I've heard other users are able to print checks from other vendors in QuickBooks with no issues. However, we can't guarantee if checks from other vendors will always work in our program.
On the other hand, we offer compatible checks that you can use in your daily transactions. You can order through QuickBooks Checks & Supplies. Just hover your mouse's pointer on the Phone icon to get the number.
You can always go back to this thread if you have other questions on checks.
That is a horrible answer. I sincerely hope the Engineers there aren't under the impression this issue has been resolved because it certainly has not. There are many reasons to need the ability to alter the check print format including controlling which fields available will actually print. Moving the name and address lines, whether or not a check number prints, etc... This is supposed to be a broad user base compatible software and this inhibits that in a significant way. Is there any plans to give endusers the ability to freely format the check printing layout in the near future? I only ask because like many others on this thread and some I have met in person, may select a different product that would allow it so i dont have to have the added expense of having multiple check formats for one bank account. You see, often times the checks businesses print are used for more than one software program and it sucks if one of those programs doesnt allow you to use the same checks.
Hello there, @SScottKing.
I can see that a lot of customers have the same need about being able to customize the check print format. Ideas like this help identify what we need to improve on.
I’ll send this feature request on your behalf for consideration in future product updates. To keep you in the loop about the latest news and product releases, please visit this site: Firm of the Future.
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