The system enables you to print and keep a record of checks issued. You can issue and view a record of Checks for each of your Bank Accounts. See ‘Using Banking’.
The Check Document simply represents a physical check that you would issue to a Supplier. Within salesorder.com Check Documents can be used to keep a record of which checks have been issued, and can be printed on readily available check stock, such as QuickBooks Voucher Checks. Salesorder.com keeps track of which checks have been printed and which are due to be printed.
In most cases, a Check can be created wherever there is a cash payment. So, for example, a payment to a Supplier, a Cash Purchase, a Customer Refund etc.
As an example the following steps show how a Check is created for a Supplier Payment:
Step 1: From the Supplier Payment Document, make sure the Payment Method is set to Check.
Step 2: Click 'Save'.
Creating a new Check form a Payment.
Step 3: With the Payment Document in View Mode from the 'Actions' drop-down menu click 'Write Check'. This results in a new Check being displayed.
Steps 4 & 5: Fill in the details such as Memo and whether you want the Check to be printed. The Check can either be printed now or later (along with other Checks, for example at the end of the month). The Check can now be saved.
We currently support QuickBooks Voucher Checks.
Checks issued from your Bank accounts can be recorded on:
Banking >Bank Account>Enter Purchases
Credit Cards>Credit Card Account>Enter/Pay Bill
Supplier>Make Payment>Supplier Payment>Payment method tab>Payment Method
Supplier>Cash Purchase>Payment Method tab>Payment Method
Customer>Customer Refunds>Payment Method tab>Payment Method
You can list and view Checks from:
You can print checks from the Checks List or the respective Bank Account. In both cases, you will be directed to the ‘Print Checks’ screen. Select the Checks you want to print and click ‘Print’.
You can adjust the alignment. Use the Print Test Checks button to test the fit. To adjust alignment use the horizontal and vertical fields.
Make sure you enter the Check number.
You can sort the Print ‘Order by’:
- Order Created
- Date/Order created