QB Pro 2013 no Class option on write checks???

Hello,
I just started using QB pro 2013. In my previous version (2009) when I would go to the write checks window to enter a manual check, on the stub
part I was able to assign the check amount to a certain class. ( We have different departments that we code to classes.) In version 2013 there is no field for the class entry!!! I do have the "Use Classes" checked in preferences and I do indeed have the class entry in entering a bill, but not in the write checks window. How do I enter a manual check and assign it to a "class"? PLEASE HELP! THANK YOU!
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Never mind. I rebooted and now the class and billable options are back.
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Hello,
I just started using QB pro 2013. In my previous version (2009) when I would go to the write checks window to enter a manual check, on the stub part I was able to assign the check amount to a certain class. ( We have different departments that we code to classes.) In version 2013 there is no field for the class entry!!! I do have the "Use Classes" checked in preferences and I do indeed have the class entry in entering a bill, but not in the write checks window. How do I enter a manual check and assign it to a "class"? PLEASE HELP! THANK YOU!
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Seems I spoke too soon! The problem is back. It seems to be intermittent. I have tried accessing the "Write Checks" from 3 different places...the Home Screen, the menu and the icon and all have the same missing class, billable and customer fields missing!!! Is anyone else seeing this problem? I am using Windows 7 Pro and QB pro 2013 w/latest release.
"DotCom2" wrote in message
Hello,
I just started using QB pro 2013. In my previous version (2009) when I would go to the write checks window to enter a manual check, on the stub part I was able to assign the check amount to a certain class. ( We have different departments that we code to classes.) In version 2013 there is no field for the class entry!!! I do have the "Use Classes" checked in preferences and I do indeed have the class entry in entering a bill, but not in the write checks window. How do I enter a manual check and assign it to a "class"? PLEASE HELP! THANK YOU!
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The issue has been resolved.
"DotCom2" wrote in message
Hello,
I just started using QB pro 2013. In my previous version (2009) when I would go to the write checks window to enter a manual check, on the stub part I was able to assign the check amount to a certain class. ( We have different departments that we code to classes.) In version 2013 there is no field for the class entry!!! I do have the "Use Classes" checked in preferences and I do indeed have the class entry in entering a bill, but not in the write checks window. How do I enter a manual check and assign it to a "class"? PLEASE HELP! THANK YOU!
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