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3:42 pm PDT October 14, 2010
Printing Deposit Slips
OK Intuit you want me to upgrade to 2011 of Quicken but wait do I have the ability to now print deposit slip. Simple fix Highly requested...
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6:26 am PDT October 29, 2010
Sorry, but Print Deposit Slip is not a feature of Quicken. Please go to the Submit Feedback On Quicken link in your Quicken Help menu (versions 2006 and newer).
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2:44 am PST February 20, 2011
<p>The answer you gave is not acceptable ,for business package.Kim Zuber That is why I will not tell my friends to buy your product. We all think you need to fix this.</p>
9:27 am PDT March 22, 2011
I think someone has created an Excel template that could be used to print a deposit slip. It would not interact with Quicken, but even that would be a great help to me. I found a link to such but am unable to download and use it. Any one have a solution?
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2:32 am PDT March 24, 2011
Try this for an example of templates.
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5:40 am PDT March 24, 2011
Thanks everyone I give the examples a try ...
AS for Quicken, I see no reason at all for paying for another upgrade until something as simple as adding the option to print deposit slips is added...
9:45 am PST December 15, 2011
I agree. I will not upgrade until I can print a deposit slip using the same template as Quickbook. Some check/deposit slip on-line printers even state that there preprinted deposit slips are Quicken compatable. Come on Quicken; fix this issue otherwise don't expect me to shell out $119.99 when the $49.99 product performs equally. Really. Ed S
3:28 pm PDT May 3, 2012
It is unacceptable that Intuit does not support printing deposit slips in the Home and Business edition of Quicken. As a long time user of Quickbooks, I found this feature to be a great timesaver. I sold my business and no longer needed all the features of Quickbooks, but instead purchased the "business edition" of Quicken assuming it would have the features necessary to, well, handle the banking for my home and small business, since hey, we make deposits too. Sadly, Quicken comes up short. Intuit should get reasonable and add this feature to Quicken. Thanks...we're all waiting.
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