To edit or delete a payment you've already included in a deposit in the Make Deposits window, you must remove the payment from the deposit.
Note: If you have set up QuickBooks to bypass Undeposited Funds and to deposit payments directly into an account, editing or deleting a payment will affect your records. When you delete a payment from the account register, the payment no longer exists in QuickBooks.
To do this task
On the Home page, click the Record Deposits icon. The Make Deposits window opens.
If the Payments to Deposit window appears, click Cancel to close it.
Click Previous until you see the deposit that contains the payment you want to edit or delete. Or use another method to find the deposit.
Edit or delete the payment.
To edit the payment:
Select the line containing the payment you want to edit.
From the main QuickBooks menu, choose Edit > Delete Line. QuickBooks deletes the payment from this deposit.
Save the deposit.
Click Save & Close to save the transaction and close
Click Save & New to save the transaction and enter a
Find the original payment transaction.
Edit and save the payment.
Redeposit the payment.
To delete the payment:
Select the line containing the payment you want to delete.
From the main QuickBooks menu, choose Edit > Delete Line. QuickBooks deletes the payment from this deposit. The payment still exists in your QuickBooks records; it's just undeposited. QuickBooks puts the money back into Undeposited Funds.
If you want to back out the payment entirely, delete the payment from Undeposited Funds.
When you remove a payment from the Undeposited Funds account, you back out the
original sales transaction. The payment no longer appears in the Payments to Deposit window
when you make deposits.
Go to the Lists menu and click Chart of Accounts.
In the Chart of Accounts, double-click Undeposited Funds to open the
In the register, select the deposit you want to delete.
Go to the Edit menu and click Delete Payment.
Editing or deleting a deposited payment