Using the Check Register

The check register displays all the transactions that affect the cash account. There is a separate check register in QuickBooks for each cash account (and also all your other balance sheet accounts, except Retained Earnings). Every time you make a payment or record a deposit, the transaction is automatically recorded in your check register. You can view the transactions that have been recorded in the register, you can make entries directly into the register, and you can choose a transaction and go directly to the originating form.

Use the Check Register

Press Ctrl+A to open the Chart of Accounts.

Double-click your checking account to open the register.

Scroll to view existing transactions.

Double-click any transaction (except in the Number field) to view the original form and make corrections if necessary.

Click a transaction, and then click the QuickReport button to obtain a report showing all transactions for the selected payee.

Click the drop-down arrow to select from a variety of sort options.

Enter a transaction right in this register by filling in each appropriate field, and then clicking the Record button.

Click the Go To option to search for a transaction in this register.

Right-click a transaction, and then select Void to void the transaction.

Press Esc to close the window.

See Also

See "Tracking Petty Cash" on page 332 if you have a need to record customer payments made with cash.

See Also

See "Making Online Payments" on page 271 for information on using online banking for making payments.

Show Me. QuickBooks 2006
Show Me QuickBooks 2006
ISBN: 0789735229
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 328
Authors: Gail Perry © 2008-2017.
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