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For now, as a workaround, you'll need third-party software that integrates with QuickBooks Desktop for entering this information.
You can get more information in this article: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Income-and-expenses/Print-checks-on-blank-check-stock/td-p/1....
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I am disappointed that we pay so much for QB and this functionality is not included.
I used Adobe Forms and prepared sets of pre-printed checks. The banks need to manually enter the routing and account numbers but that is only rarely a problem, but when it is a problem, the check gets returned to me.
I can help you update your check styles for your pre-printed checks in QuickBooks Desktop.
To do that, you can open your Printer Setup and update the style from there. Let me walk you through the steps:
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I used a local printing company and bought my checks as if they came straight from the bank (with routing/account # on the blank checks) for a fraction of the cost the bank charges. They saved our company's info. so all I had to do was call for more and pick them up a couple of days later.
I used a local printing company that printed the routing/account # on the checks just like the bank would for a fraction of the cost. When I needed more, I would just call and they would be ready to pick up in a couple of days.
I also think it is ridiculous that we can't print on blank check stock. I have multiple client companies and we keep the checks in a specific printer so we are not constantly changing the stock. QB also can't do multistate - I feel like all I am doing is paying (my Proadvisor with payroll was over $1,000 this year) and yet I need to purchase software to create a NACHA file for direct deposit (unless I pay QB 1.75 per employee), I can't do multistate payroll and can't print on blank check stock. I have recently inherited about 50 more payroll clients and this was done on Accounting CS - that program is able to do all of the above. I want to convert those payroll to QB but maybe I would be better off using something else. All I am doing is paying for more. I get it, Intuit wants everyone to pay for online subscriptions and payroll services and basically are forcing us into this. Not very happy or satisfied with the lack of serivce.