Q12 check writing?

Discussion in 'Quicken' started by Stubby, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. Stubby

    Stubby Guest

    With Q10 or maybe Q11 came a bug: If you have a check register open
    and click on the checkbook icon, it sets up to let you input the date,
    amount, etc.
    The only trouble is that the check is written on some random checking
    account, not the one you have open right in front of you!

    Can anybody with Q12 verify that this has been fixed. TIA
     
    Stubby, Dec 13, 2011
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  2. Stubby

    Han Guest

    Stubby <> wrote in news:ab4b59d1-fcd7-4c04-
    :

    > With Q10 or maybe Q11 came a bug: If you have a check register open
    > and click on the checkbook icon, it sets up to let you input the date,
    > amount, etc.
    > The only trouble is that the check is written on some random checking
    > account, not the one you have open right in front of you!
    >
    > Can anybody with Q12 verify that this has been fixed. TIA


    I don't use that feature, but when I do put the checkwriting and printing
    icon up on the toolbar, and click it with my main checking account register
    open, it will use that account as default. Moreover, there is a handy-
    dandy dropdown menu to switch to another account.

    I just enter the info for a new check into the register directly. Of
    course I never print checks from Quicken.


    --
    Best regards
    Han
    email address is invalid
     
    Han, Dec 14, 2011
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  3. Stubby

    Stubby Guest

    On Dec 13, 8:50 pm, Han <> wrote:
    > Stubby <> wrote in news:ab4b59d1-fcd7-4c04-
    > :
    >
    > > With Q10 or maybe Q11 came a bug:   If you have a check register open
    > > and click on the checkbook icon, it sets up to let you input the date,
    > > amount, etc.
    > > The only trouble is that the check is written on some random checking
    > > account, not the one you have open right in front of you!

    >
    > > Can anybody with Q12 verify that this has been fixed.   TIA

    >
    > I don't use that feature, but when I do put the checkwriting and printing
    > icon up on the toolbar, and click it with my main checking account register
    > open, it will use that account as default.  Moreover, there is a handy-
    > dandy dropdown menu to switch to another account.
    >
    > I just enter the info for a new check into the register directly.  Of
    > course I never print checks from Quicken.
    >
    > --
    > Best regards
    > Han
    > email address is invalid


    Sorry, but this doesn't answer my question. Thanks for trying to
    help.
     
    Stubby, Dec 16, 2011
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  4. Stubby

    George D. Guest

    On Dec 16, 10:10 am, Stubby <> wrote:
    > On Dec 13, 8:50 pm, Han <> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > Stubby <> wrote in news:ab4b59d1-fcd7-4c04-
    > > :

    >
    > > > With Q10 or maybe Q11 came a bug:   If you have a check register open
    > > > and click on the checkbook icon, it sets up to let you input the date,
    > > > amount, etc.
    > > > The only trouble is that the check is written on some random checking
    > > > account, not the one you have open right in front of you!

    >
    > > > Can anybody with Q12 verify that this has been fixed.   TIA

    >
    > > I don't use that feature, but when I do put the checkwriting and printing
    > > icon up on the toolbar, and click it with my main checking account register
    > > open, it will use that account as default.  Moreover, there is a handy-
    > > dandy dropdown menu to switch to another account.

    >
    > > I just enter the info for a new check into the register directly.  Of
    > > course I never print checks from Quicken.

    >
    > > --
    > > Best regards
    > > Han
    > > email address is invalid

    >
    > Sorry, but this doesn't answer my question.  Thanks for trying to
    > help.


    Don't know about Q10 or Q11because I usually enter transactions right
    in thr register. I checked Q12 and
    If you open a register and then gp to tools, write check the check
    template pops up and the account is the one you had open but there is
    a drop down box if you want to change it. Seems OK to me,
     
    George D., Dec 21, 2011
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