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Print Checks

Print checks for your Clients at Month End, or any other time. Information printed is taken directly from Statement Totals where you owe money to your clients.

Normally when you print checks, the Date Range FROM and TO fields should both display the same date. Statements bearing this date must exist in your system, already generated.

Print a checks for each pertinent client, select a range of clients or a billing period, or print checks for a selected date range. (Statements within this date range must exist in your system, already generated using the Generate Statements option.)

When printing checks,

  • You must first generate statements.
  • The date range you print is normally the Statement Date of the last statements you generated. If you generate invoices for a full month period, e.g. June 1 to June 30, the invoices/statements will be dated July 1st. Therefore, when you print the checks, be sure to select ONE DAY AFTER the last date included when you generated the statements.
  • Checks will be printed only for those invoices/statements having a positive value owing, i.e. only where you owe the client money at the end of month.

Check Forms

Checks are designed to be printed using the Form #1000 form available through most office suppliers.

Your Check and GCheck reports must be setup as described in How To Setup Check and GCheck before you begin to print checks. (This only has to be done the first time you print checks, unless some of your company or bank details change.)

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Client #

Select a range of Clients to print checks for. Collect! will only include the statement totals where you owe the client money.

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Clients With Billing Period

Select the billing period for which you wish to print checks.

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Date Range

Pick a range to cover in your check printing. Select the small calendar icon to display the calendar.

tip.gif When you print checks, if you generated invoices for a full month period, e.g. June 1 to June 30, the invoices/statements will be dated July 1st. Therefore, when you print the checks, be sure to choose the 1st of the next month as the desired print range.

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From

Choose the beginning of a range to include when printing the checks. Statements bearing a date within the FROM and TO range must be in your system, already generated using the Generate Statements option.

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To

Choose the end of a range to include when printing the checks. Statements bearing a date within the FROM and TO range must be in your system, already generated using the Generate Statements option.

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Help

Press this button for help on the Print Checks dialog and links to related topics.

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Cancel

Selecting this will ignore any changes you may have made and returns you to the previous screen.

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OK

Selecting this will begin the printing process using the setting you have chosen.

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See Also

- How To Setup Check And GCheck
- Month End Process
- Troubleshooting Month End

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