This video will give you the step-by-step guide on how to enter transactions in a bank register. If you’ve just started QuickBooks Online and still wants to just add to your bank register (aka check register) like old way in QuickBooks desktop, this is the best video tutorial to watch. You can learn QBO in 23 minutes.
QuickBooks Online – Bank Register (old easy way to manually enter the banking transactions in QBO)
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How would you like to learn QuickBooks in 90 minutes? This FREE video tutorial is specifically designed for beginners in mind. You will learn QuickBooks Online the right way from the start. It covers all the basics you need to learn and offers some helpful tips. If you are looking for step-by-step educational guidance and ready to learn QBO, this is the one. And this video is produced by Top International QuickBooks Trainer, VPController.
No, you cannot print check directly from the bank register. You can enter as Check type in bank register and then, print the Check from the QBO designated Check form.
To do that:
Enter transaction as Check type in Bank Register and Save. Highlight or click on the entered transaction, you will see a bar with four button. Select “Edit” will open Check form. Select Print Check at the bottom.
(Create + sign > Vendors > Check > Recent Checks icon (small clock, upper left corner) > Locate check transaction > Print Check button is located at the bottom middle.
Or better yet, use Check form as designated by QBO. Enter and print check.