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How do I make check corrections?

When processing checks, there are many reasons that a single check or multiple checks need to be reprinted or recreated. The printer may have gotten jammed, checks could have printed on the wrong check numbers, etc.

Check corrections are generally made through one of the following combinations:

Your decision typically depends on whether you use pre-printed check stock or blank check stock, and if you can re-use any of the same check number(s).

Void check numbers and use new numbers:

Delete (void and purge) and reset the starting check number and use the same numbers:

Note: Deleting a check number from the bank register clears the number out of the register and allows you to re-use that number again. When you select "Delete payments" on the Payment printing status screen, we will default the starting check number to the first number in the deleted range. However, you can enter a different starting number if you do not want to use the default.

Reprint checks:

Tip: When reprinting checks, you do not need to re-enter the starting and ending check number.