Reprint Payroll Checks dialog

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Use the Reprint Payroll Checks dialog to print an exact copy of a payroll check that was printed within the past three months. This provides an easy way to reprint a payroll check that has been lost or damaged, without the need to void, delete, or re-enter the check.

You cannot reprint any checks that have been voided, deleted, reversed, marked as cleared in a bank reconciliation, sent to a client's portal for remote check printing, or checks that are associated with an inactive bank account.

Choose Actions > Enter Transactions screen and then choose File > Reprint Payroll Checks.

Note: To enable this feature for staff in a specific security group, be sure to mark the appropriate checkbox on the General tab of the Security Groups screen (Actions menu > Enter Transactions > Payroll Checks > Reprint).

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Reprinting payroll checks

Fields & buttons

Filter. Use the filter fields to limit the checks displayed in the grid. See the Searching and filtering data topic for more information on using the filter fields within the application.

Date. Choose either Latest check date (the default option) or Single (and then select a date), to populate the grid with all checks with the latest check date or all checks with a specified single date.

Note: The database retains images of payroll checks for only three months from the original printing date.

Payroll check grid. The grid displays all the payroll checks that meet the criteria you have specified in the sort fields. You can sort the payroll checks by clicking the column headers at the top of the grid. Mark the checkbox next to any payroll check that you want to reprint.

Print Selected. Click this button to open the Print dialog and reprint the checks you have selected. The button is not available until you select at least one payroll check in the grid.

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