Reprinting Checks

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LRCTB-01

Re-Print Issued Checks

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This screen is accessed by selecting Tool #760: Reprint Corporate Checks (Shortcut: reprint).

Helpful Resources

Visit Show Me the Steps for easy instructions on how to use CU*BASE to reprint checks and complete other tasks related to voiding teller/member checks.

Screen Overview

This is the first part of the screen used to reprint a check or money order that is damaged or has a typographical error which does not affect the amount. This feature is intended to reprint the check or money order the same day the error was made; checks and money orders cannot be reprinted after end-of-day has been processed.

When you use this option the original item is flagged as spoiled. The general ledger is not affected because the amount did not change.

When all fields have been filled, use Enter to display the second part of the screen. Make changes to the Payee information and Remitter name, if necessary, then use Enter. A confirmation screen appears to allow you to check all data. Use Print to print the check.

Field Descriptions

Field Name

Description

Bank Code

Enter your credit union's 2-digit bank code, showing on which bank account this check or money order was drawn. Click the lookup button 3to see a list of configured bank codes.

Check Printer Id

Enter the ID of the printer which is set up to print checks/money orders.

Spoiled Check Number

Enter the check number of the spoiled check or money order.

New Check Number

This field only appears if you use a sheet-feed printer. Enter the next number to be used on the reprinted check or money order. Otherwise, the system automatically provides the next number.

Member Account#

This field should be blank when printing checks which do not affect a member's account.

Check Date

This field should always contain the current date.

Check Amount

The amount of the check. The amount CANNOT be changed on this screen. If a check amount was wrong, it must be voided. See your accounting department for guidance on voiding a check.

Pay To The Order Of

Make any changes to the payee name, address, city, state or ZIP code.

Remitter

Make any changes necessary to the remitter name.

Buttons

Button

Description

New Bank/Printer (F5)

This button clears the Spoiled Check Number field and moves the cursor back to the first field on the screen.

Skip (F8)

This button clears the Spoiled Check Number field; the cursor does not move to a different field.

Print

This button to print the check.

 

 

 

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