How to reprint checks that have already been processed or posted in Payables Management in Microsoft Dynamics GP

This article describes how to reprint checks that have already been processed or posted in Payables Management in Microsoft Dynamics GP.

Applies to:   Microsoft Dynamics GP
Original KB number:   954623

Introduction

In Payables Management in Microsoft Dynamics GP and in Microsoft Business Solutions - Great Plains 8.0, the reprint feature can only be used if checks haven't yet been processed or posted. This article describes how to reprint checks that have already been posted without using the reprint feature. The checks are reprinted using the same check numbers.

More information

  1. Void posted checks in the history tables.

    For more information about voiding posted checks in history tables, see How to void transactions in Payables Management in Microsoft Dynamics GP.

  2. Verify that the option to allow duplicate check numbers in the Checkbook Maintenance window is marked.

    1. On the Cards menu, point to Financial, and then select Checkbook.
    2. In the Checkbook ID list, select the checkbook ID.
    3. Select the Duplicate Check Numbers check box.
    4. Select Save, and then close the Checkbook Maintenance window.
  3. Re-create the check batch using the same restrictions, settings, and options as the original check batch.

    1. On the Transactions menu, point to Purchasing, and then select Select Checks.
    2. In the Batch ID field, type a new or use an existing batch ID.
    3. Use the same restrictions as the original batch.
    4. Use the same settings and options as the original batch.
    5. To build the batch, select Build Batch.
  4. Print the checks.

    1. In the Select Payables Checks window, select Print Checks.
    2. In the Batch ID list, select the batch ID from step 3.
    3. In the Check Number field, type the first check number from the original check batch.
    4. Select Print.

    Note

    The remittance of the original check batch will not be the same as the re-created batch because transactions printed on the remittance are automatically removed from the temporary table that is used when the report is printed.

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