Alternative ways to print Payroll Checks

Alternative ways to print Payroll Checks

Currently, Quickbooks Payroll is in Beta trials. This feature will be supported by our software just as soon as Quickbooks makes integration possible. We support all other Quickbooks regular check features.
Until this time we provide two alternative methods around this: You can create Blank Checks, or Manually create new ones.

Please watch this brief video for quick reference 

To create Blank Checks: (recommended)
    These will act as pre-printed checks
      -Click the green New button> Blank Checks> Select Bank account> then SAVE>Under Checks List it will now show your Blank checks.
      -Print these out and reload these back in your printers' tray. Now you can print your Payroll checks directly from Quickbooks. 

To Manually create new checks:
    Create checks one by one using the information from Quickbooks. You can do this one by one as normal, create Multiple Checks at once, Or Create a Group.
       -Use the Multiple Check feature to create multiple checks quickly.
                  -- Click the Green New button> select Multiple Checks> fill out Base information> then click the blue Make Checks button. 
                  -- These will now show up under Checks LIst and can be printed normally
       -Create a Group for ongoing checks for the people who are regularly on the payroll (Recommended for this method) 
                  -- On the left Black bar, Select the Multiple Check feature> Group> Give the group a name> select the Base Account bank> Then fill out the payees who regularly get these same checks> Fill out all relevant information> and Save the Group. 
                  -- You can now create this same group of checks at any time. 
                        Just Select the Multiple Check feature> Group> the blue Action button> Create Check> then Make Checks
                  -- These will now show up under Checks List and can be printed normally
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