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idf_3cf51c24-c6b
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How do I choose to print a vendor check using a stub, stub, check format?

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AlexV
QuickBooks Team

How do I choose to print a vendor check using a stub, stub, check format?

Hi idf_3cf51c24-c6b!


You can select a check type when printing it. Let me help you.


QuickBooks Online allows you to choose either a Voucher or Standard check type. You can choose the Voucher type cause it has the stub portion to it. The Standard has three custom checks per page.

  1. Go to the +New button and select Print checks.
  2. Click the Print setup at the footer.
  3. Select the Voucher radio button. 
  4. Follow the on-screen steps to complete the setup.

 

You can also visit Intuit Market if you need to purchase QuickBooks compatible checks and supplies.


Here are some articles you can check on how to print and set up your print settings:

 

Keep in touch if I can be of additional assistance by posting a comment below.  Wishing you a lovely day.

idf_3cf51c24-c6b
Level 1

How do I choose to print a vendor check using a stub, stub, check format?

Thank you for the response. But when I am in QB Plus Online, there is no option as you state. You may be thinking of a desktop product. In QB Plus Online I can only choose a vendor check format of voucher (check, stub, stub) or 3 checks on a page. I asked about choosing a stub, stub, check format. I do not see that as an option.

RenjolynC
QuickBooks Team

How do I choose to print a vendor check using a stub, stub, check format?

Thanks for getting back here, idf_3cf51c24-c6b.

 

The steps shared by my colleague above is for QuickBooks Online. Let me add some screenshots below for a visual reference:

 

 

In addition, you can check these articles to learn more about recording a check and printing the transaction:

 

You're always welcome to post a reply on this thread if there's anything else you need help with your account. Me and my colleagues will get back to you as soon as possible. Take care and stay safe.

idf_3cf51c24-c6b
Level 1

How do I choose to print a vendor check using a stub, stub, check format?

Thank you for the response, but your screen shot does not answer my question of how to choose a stub, stub check format. The screen shot shows that there are two check format choices, 1) check, stub, stub and 2) three checks per page. As I stated, I am wanting to choose a check format of stub, stub, check and that is not an option on the screenshot.

 

Because two QB team employee responded with the same response of check, stub, stub and three checks per page, I will presume QB Online products have no other check format options.

Angelyn_T
QuickBooks Team

How do I choose to print a vendor check using a stub, stub, check format?

Hi, @idf_3cf51c24-c6b. Let me share with you some additional information about printing vendor checks in QuickBooks Online (QBO).

 

Yes, at this time the system only allows QBO users to print vendor checks in either a voucher or standard check type. I can see the importance of printing the transaction using a stub, stub, check format. Though it's not available at this time, you can use the Feedback feature to send this idea directly to our engineering team. This way, they could take action to help improve your experience. Rest assured they're working nonstop to enhance the product and deliver the best experiences to all QuickBooks users. 

 

  1. Sign in to QuickBooks.
  2. Go to the Gear icon, then click on Feedback.
  3. Enter your comments or product suggestions. Then select Next to submit feedback.

 

Your valuable feedback goes to our Product Development Team to help improve your QuickBooks experience.

 

For additional tips while handling your vendor checks in QBO, you can open this article: Create and record checks in QuickBooks Online. In the same resource, you can get more insights on how to print the transactions accordingly.

 

On the other hand, you can also check out the topics from this link for more tips while managing your expenses and other vendor entries in the future: Enter expenses, pay bills, write checks, and manage suppliers.

 

If you have any other questions while printing your checks, let me know by adding a comment below. I'm more than happy to help. Have a good one!

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