Some clients have lots of accounts, and recently one asked about a way to print Blank Check Stock from QuickBooks with the routing, account, and check numbers already printed on the voucher. I had to scratch my head at first, but I found this nifty printer utility that can do just this, so you don’t have to keep up with a bunch of different colored stock. Let me know how it works for you! Are we bringing summary entry (which is just account balances) if so for what date parameter?
You can use blank check stock with QuickBooks. It requires the installation of the QuickBooks add-on. QuickBooks can print only preprinted top checks. The best way to understand it would be that the company and bank information are already printed on the check stock and the check portion of the check stock is above the check stubs.
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