Good day, jgibby1129.
Welcome to the Online Community. I'll help find a way so you'll be able to export the list of outstanding checks to Excel.
Since there’s not a direct way of exporting the transactions directly to Excel, you may want to consider using a file converter to assist with the conversion process. The Intuit Marketplace is a one stop shop where you'll find third-party applications that integrates with QBO.
To narrow down your search, browse the applications by category or just enter a keyword in the search field. I also added an article that will help you effeciently reconcile your account: Reconcile hub.
We strive to improve the program inorder to provide a better experience while using it. Sending your ideas is one way of improving the product.
I suggest you let our engineers know you'd like the option to directly export the report to Excel. To send feedback, please follow these steps:
Reach out to me directly if you have more questins about the product. I'll be happy to assist you further. Wishing you continued success.
Hey there, kbylls.
Thanks for reaching out to us here in the Community. I'd be glad to help and effectively manage your outstanding checks.
To print the checks, you'll need to go to the History by account page. From there, open the last reconciliation report.
By following the resolution steps, I'm confident you already have a copy of the outstanding checks.
Be sure to let me know if you have additional questions about working in QBO. I'll be around to answer them for you. Wishing you the best.
Thanks for following this thread, @seashell509. I've got you the steps to print uncleared or open transactions in QuickBooks Online.
First off, we'll have to create a report for all uncleared transactions. Here's how:
Once done, you can now click the Print icon at the top right of the report.
You also want to save this report for your future reference. Check out this article to learn about this procedure: Memorize reports in QuickBooks Online.
Feel free to ask again if you have additional concerns about printing and running reports. I'll be right there to help some more.