QuickBooks supports three check styles:
Example of a Standard check
Three checks per page, with no stub (or voucher) section.
Sometimes referred to as "three-part" checks or "three to a page".
Can have company name, address, and/or logo printed directly on check.
Can be used as handwritten checks. (Check details should be entered later into QuickBooks to keep your records current and accurate.)
Available in formats for printing on inkjet, laser, or dot matrix printers.
Note:Intuit Office and Away checks are also supported. These checks have the same features as Standard checks except they include hole punches at the bottom and a binder, and aren't compatible with dot matrix printers. When printing Office and Away checks, select the Standard check style from the Print Checks Settings tab window.
Example of a Voucher check
One check (on top) per page, with two detachable stubs for use with payroll or accounts payable information.
Note:Voucher check formats with a check in the middle and stubs on the top and bottom are not supported by QuickBooks.
Sometimes referred to as "vendor" or "payroll" checks.
Can be used as handwritten checks.
Note:(Inkjet and laser printers only) For multiple copies of each printed check and attached stubs, enter the number you want in the Number of copies field in the Print Checks window.
Example of a wallet check
Smaller sized, like your personal bank checks.
Three checks per page with one small detachable stub for record keeping.
Available in formats for printing on inkjet and laser printers only.
Note: There are two types of wallet checks – Traditional and Check 21.
What if I have a different check
Important: When not printing, always keep your blank checks in a secure location to avoid theft and possible fraud.
Note: You can select your check style on the Settings tab in the Print Checks or Printer Setup (under the File menu) window.
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