In This Chapter
Writing checks from the Write Checks window
Writing checks from the Checking register
Recording deposits and transfers
Voiding and deleting transactions
Handling NSF checks
Searching for transactions
In a sense, a small business's finances and cash flows revolve about the business's checkbook. Which means this chapter is mighty important. Here, you're finally going to see how to do those everyday checkbook things using QuickBooks: entering checks, deposits, and transfers. Along the way, you also find out about some neat tools that QuickBooks provides for making these tasks easier, faster, and more precise.
Chapter 6 shows you the two ways to write checks: from the Write Checks window and from the Checking register. In case you were asleep in the back row of the class, here's the short version of the instructions for writing checks.
You can record debit card and ATM transactions the same way that you record checks that you write.
You can record handwritten checks and other checks that you want to print with QuickBooks by describing the checks in the Write Checks window.
To write a check from the Write Checks window, follow these steps:
You can also click the Write Checks icon located in the Banking section of the Home screen. QuickBooks displays the Write Checks window, as ...