Hello there, joe445.
There only specific details when printing checks in QBO. You can check our Voucher Checks and look into the samples on what's printed based on the information recorded in QuickBooks.
When printing checks we can also preview it on what's being printed. Here's how:
For more details about printing checks, you can click this link. How to Record & Print Checks.
I'm here if you need more help. Take care!
I have the voucher checks. It prints the total on the stubs, but not the splits. So if I have a check that is $100 and $25 is for acccount A, and $75 for account B, I enter that info in the splits and the description, and it should come out on the stub... but it doesn't. Is there a setting somewhere to control this?
I have the voucher checks from QB. It prints the total on the stubs. BUT, it does not print the split info -- description or amount. How do I enable this? The example you referred me to shows it printing splits on the voucher.
Hello there, @joe445.
Printing check with split in QuickBooks Online includes only details such as the date, description, and total amount. It doesn't include the split information.
If you want to have a pre-printed customized check, you can visit our Intuit QuickBooks Checks and Supplies Team for the best compatibility. QuickBooks Online also has the option for you to align your checks when printing.
Should you need any further information, please do not hesitate to comment below. Stay safe.
So how can I print a breakdown for the vendor so they know how I am dividing my payment? Is there a way to print the bill detail? Something?
The desktop version of quickbooks used to print all the split info nicely.
You can pull up and print the Bills and Applied payments report, Joe445.
This will show the bills and its payments. We'll just customize it to show one vendor's transactions. Here's how:
Then, click the Print icon to print the report. You can provide it to your vendor together with the check.
You can also memorize the report so you'll no longer go to the same customization process.
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