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Quickbooks – Printing Payslips or Paycheques – What if paycheques are missing in the print screen?

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Quickbooks – Printing Payslips or Paycheques – What if paycheques are missing in the print screen?

What if paycheques are missing in the print screen?

After the pay run, you get a screen that offers the choice to print Paycheques or Payslips. Usually the Payslips are the most popular and appropriate – but if you wanted to print Payslips, sometimes there is nothing in the window that opens! If that happens, you can close the window, and go back to the Transactions tab and click Paycheques on the left side to get a list on the right – double-click a transaction and print the Paycheque from it.

Or go to the Employee tab and click the employee required. On the right side are listed the transactions, and the Print icon at the top allows you to choose to print Paycheques or Payslips.

To email a Payslip(s) go to the Employee tab and click the employee required. On the right side are listed the transactions, and the Print icon at the top allows you to choose to email a Payslip.

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2 thoughts on “Quickbooks – Printing Payslips or Paycheques – What if paycheques are missing in the print screen?

  1. Hello AKP.
    Question. When I print or email a payslip, If I enlarge to the large text option , Its overlapping. Im using hosted on a MAC . You would think this would work … but it is quicken isnt it ! ( Worst company in the world bar none )
    Thanks, glad I found your site ..

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