Chapter 7

Working in Registers

In This Chapter

arrow Examining registers

arrow Working with registers and transactions

Chapters 5 and 6 show you how to enter transactions such as checks, sales receipts, invoices, and customer payments using various QBO transaction windows. You also see ways to find and filter for certain transactions.

But transaction windows and lists aren’t the only way to work with transactions in QBO. You can use registers. Some people are more comfortable entering transactions, particularly checks, into a register.

And many people find it easy to use a register to quickly view the transactions that affect a particular account and find particular transactions, as described at the end of this chapter.

Understanding Registers

Registers in QBO look very much like the registers that banks give you along with handwritten checks. In Figure 7-1, you see a Bank account register in QBO.


Figure 7-1: A typical Bank account register.

remember To help you focus on the register, I’ve collapsed the Navigation bar in this chapter.

The register page displays the name of the account and its ending ...

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