Hi MaryLurleenM, I would like to respond to your remark " We send the feedback to our engineers. The assigned engineers also depends on the number of affected users." I have heard that before. QuickBooks is an accounting program. When you are an accountant, your number columns are right aligned. Perhaps the following would be a solution. A text box on the statement that says "The left aligned balance column is a QuickBooks Online software defect that cannot be corrected." Would that be ok? I just don't want anyone to think it's me.
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Thanks for providing that clarification, @Red Door Consignment Gallery.
Allow me to step in and help make sure you can print checks in QuickBooks.
If you're using QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT), we haven't received any reports similar to this. To check if this could be data damage, let's run the QuickBooks built-in diagnostic and repair tools called rebuild and verify data utilities. These tools comb through, repair, and notify you of data damage within the file.
1. Go to File, then select Utilities and Rebuild Data.
2. Choose OK. Follow the prompts to save a backup.
3. Click OK again when you see Rebuild has completed.
4. Now, go back to File, then Utilities and select Verify Data this time.
If it finds an issue, you will be prompted to Rebuild Now or View Errors. Choose Close, then perform the steps below:
1. Locate or find QBWin.log or QuickBooks.log files, then scroll all the way to the bottom for the most recent Verify information.
2. Find the line that contains the LVL_ERROR, then check Top data damage errors in QuickBooks Desktop.
Once done, try to print the checks again to double-check. For additional information, check out these articles for further guidance:
Resolve data damage on your company file.
Resolve printing issues.
That should get you fixed right up. Please reach out in the comments to let me know how it goes or if you're referring to something else. I'll be here to help. Take care always.
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