Copying Full Checks & Details To Another New Check Transaction

Using QuickBooks 2007 Premier Professional.
like to know if there is a way of copying a full check & its' details
to another new check transaction & then just change the date & check
number?
Thank You In Advance Jim B
Reply to
JimBAgde
You can cut & paste regular checks, that is, not liability payments, bill payments, paychecks, etc.
- Select the Check in the register. - Press CTRL+O (or select Copy Check from Edit menu). - Press CTRL+V (or right-Click in the bottom empty transaction in the register and select Paste Check from the pop-up menu). - A duplicate check will be created with the same date, but with the next available check number.
Reply to
Jeff
If this is something you want to do frequently, which is the case for most QB users then under general preferences set automatically remember account or transansactions information to on.
Reply to
Haskel LaPort
Just wanted to thank all whom responded & though I knew about the preference switch "automatically recall ", I did not know about the other options discussed & will review & implement for next time....! Thank You Again All!
Reply to
JimBAgde
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General hint -- try right-click on most anything in QB; never know what you might find!!! :)
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dpb

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