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Entering routing ans bank account number on blank checks

How to use Blank check Stock by adding bank routing numbers

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Best answer December 10, 2018

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Entering routing ans bank account number on blank checks

You need an outside software for that. There are a couple of them out there. One was called VersaCheck.

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Entering routing ans bank account number on blank checks

You need an outside software for that. There are a couple of them out there. One was called VersaCheck.

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Entering routing ans bank account number on blank checks

That is absolutely ridiculous. I am paying to have multiple companies with multiple paychecks and this software is incapable of printing a custom check.  They want everything pre printed.  I could have people getting up and changing pre printed checks in the printer for every different check.  And that also means I need to order sets of check for each company and account. I can't order 1000 blank checks, I would have to order batches of preprinted checks for each one.
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Entering routing ans bank account number on blank checks

Agreed

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Entering routing ans bank account number on blank checks

Thanks for looping in, pj4 and ACC386.

Allow me to help and provide you additional information about entering routing and bank account number on blank checks

 

I appreciate you for sharing your thoughts about entering routing and bank account number on blank checks. We’ll make sure to take note of your feedback.


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....

 

Should you need more help about blank check stock, please let me know. I'm always here to help.

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Entering routing ans bank account number on blank checks

I am using print boss

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Entering routing ans bank account number on blank checks

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.

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Entering routing ans bank account number on blank checks

Hello, @ELSESQ.

 

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:

  1. Click the File menu.
  2. Choose Printer Setup.
  3. In the Form Name, choose Check/PayCheck.
  4. Click Voucher for the Check Style.
  5. Hit OK.

That should correct your check printing in QuickBooks, @My2jeeps. I've added a great article to guide you with printing paychecks in QuickBooks Desktop: How to Print Paychecks?

 

Keep me posted if you have other questions. I'm always here to help.

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Entering routing ans bank account number on blank checks

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.  

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Entering routing ans bank account number on blank checks

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.  

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Entering routing ans bank account number on blank checks

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.

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