Thanks for getting back to us, @dee730,
To reiterate the workaround, you can pull up a zero wage 941 for printing in QuickBooks Desktop. First, create a dummy employee and then process a 0 Net check that can be deleted after pulling up the form.
On the paycheck, add a penny rate and a deduction with the same amount to get a zero net pay. Here's a screenshot:
Ensure to match the date of the check to the period you are printing. Then, pull up the report in the File Forms window. The 941 form should open a zero wage form like this (make sure to override & change wages, line 2, to 0 & delete 0s from lines 5a & 5d):
Otherwise, you can visit the IRS website and manually fill out a 941 return. This way, you can print the form with the information you needed. Follow the steps below:
For more details about the changes in filing the 941 federal form in QuickBooks Desktop, you can check our Internal Revenue Services Compliance article for more information about this.
Please let me know if you need further assistance with this concern. Anytime I can help. Take care, and have a happy day ahead!