Printing checks and other forms in a batch

If you ever wondered if you could print checks or other forms all together in a batch, here’s how you do it.

Video script:

Hi. I’m Shelly with the QuickBooks for Mac team. Last week a I got a great question from one of our users.

She asked me, “Can I print multiple checks in a batch?”

The answer is “yes!” And not just checks. You can print any transaction form in batch as well, like invoices and estimates.

So here’s how you do this. I’m going to open a check here and go down to the bottom of the window and click the “Print this invoice later” button.

In earlier versions of QuickBooks, instead of a button, this is an option on the window.

Now when I’m ready to print those checks, I choose File > Print Forms. Now I can choose the type of form I want to print, like checks. Or I can select Multiple Forms to print all the forms I’ve marked to print later. I’m just going to print checks.

Now on this window, I can select all the checks to print them all. Or I can just select specific ones.

Then you’ll see the print window for checks that you’d see if you were just printing checks one at a time.

So that’s how you print checks and other forms in a batch instead of one at a time.

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About Shelly King

Shelly King works for Intuit as a member of the QuickBooks for Mac team. She’s the Managing Editor for Little Square and its main contributor. Shelly grew up in the South until 1994 when the Internet called her to Silicon Valley. She’s done a lot on the web ever since. Little Square was her idea. Yep, it’s all her fault. See all of Shelly's articles

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