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Order cheques, tax forms, and other supplies

Find out what forms and supplies are available for QuickBooks Online.

Here’s a list of forms and supplies you can conveniently use with QuickBooks. These forms are customised and prints easily from QuickBooks, saving you time while giving that professional look to your forms.

If you need to order, cancel, return, discuss problems, or just check the status of supplies you purchased, you can visit our IntuitMarket site or call us at (866) 570-3842 during these hours.

  • Orders by phone: Mention that the form or supplies you buy will be used with QuickBooks Online to ensure the correct supply is delivered.
  • Returning supplies/forms (mainly cheques): In most cases, a refund or credit may be provided. The decision is up to our IntuitMarket group. Once you have spoken to our IntuitMarket group and a decision is made, you may mail back the supplies to (unless specified): Intuit, Inc.
    300 East Meridian Drive
    Milton, WA 98354

Cheques

QuickBooks only prints on pre-printed voucher or 3-part cheques and only prints the payee, amount, and date. See how to print cheques.

You can order basic voucher cheques directly from the Banking page.

  1. From your Dashboard, select Banking.
  2. Select the arrow next to Update in the upper right and select Order cheques. The IntuitMarket site opens to the Basic Voucher Cheques page.

Note: Employees using Direct Deposit will only print as pay slips, which can be printed on plain 8.5" X 11" paper.

Envelopes

QuickBooks Online works with size 10 window envelopes.

You can find more information on using envelopes in Help located at the top-right corner of the screen. Enter the keyword Envelopes.

To turn on the printing preference for window envelopes:

  1. Select Settings ⚙.
  2. Under Your Company, select Accounts and Settings.
  3. From the left menu, select the Sales tab.
  4. In the Customise section, select Customise look and feel.
  5. Under Action column, select Edit.
  6. In the Design tab, select Edit print settings.
  7. Put a check mark on Fit printed form with pay slip in window envelope.
  8. Select Done.

Deposit slips

QuickBooks Online prints on pre-printed deposit slip. This will have your company name, bank routing code, account number, etc. already printed on them.

If this is the first time you’re printing on a pre-printed deposit slip, select Print at the bottom of the screen, then choose Setup and Alignment.

To print a deposit slip:

  1. Find the deposit you want to print from your bank register.
  2. Select to highlight the deposit, then select the Edit button.
  3. On the Deposit screen, select PrintNote: If you are using pre-printed deposit slips you are limited to 18 line items per deposit slip.
  4. A webpage dialog window will pop-up with the following options:
    • Deposit slip and deposit summary
    • Include cash in Total Number of Deposited Items
    • Deposit summary only
  5. Make your selection, then select OK.

Pre-printed Forms

QuickBooks Online doesn't support printing on pre-printed invoice forms. However, you can customise your invoice.

To customise your invoice:

  1. Select Settings ⚙.
  2. Under Your Company, select Accounts and Settings.
  3. From the left menu, select Sales.
  4. In the Customise section, select Customise look and feel.
  5. Choose from the options you'd like to customise, then DoneNote: If you haven’t customised anything yet, select New Style, then choose Invoice.

Form Leaders

Form Leaders is a form that can be attached to a single cheque in order to print as a full sheet. It is available in sets of 10 and each form is good for up to 40 uses.

Do you have the wrong cheque stock for QuickBooks Online? You can order Form Leaders from IntuitMarket at 800-548-0289 during these hours.

Tax Forms (W-2s and 1099s)

To print your W-2 forms, see View and print W2s. The IRS requires you to file a 1099-MISC form for each supplier to whom you make certain types of payments.

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