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2.In the Account drop-down, choose the appropriate bank account from the list.3.In the Statement Date field, enter the closing date of the statement you wish to reconcile.4.In the Ending Balance field, enter the ending balance on the statement you wish to reconcile.5.ClickContinue. Proceed to next exercise.NOTES
Lesson 4 — Work with Bank AccountsMark Cleared TransactionsQuickBooks Desktop 2020 Client Training14Mark Cleared TransactionsStep-by-Step:Mark Transactions as Cleared1.Place a checkmark in the box next to Hide transactions after statement’s enddate to show onlytransactions dated up to and including the statement end date.2.In the Checks and Payments section of the window on the left side, match the transactions withthe checks and payments on your statement. Place a checkmark next to each transaction inQuickBooks that appears on your statement. This marks the transaction as cleared in yourQuickBooks register.3.In the Deposits and Other Credits section of the window on the right side, place a checkmarknext to each transaction that matches your statement to mark the deposits as cleared in theregister.You can open a transaction to view it and make changes, if necessary, by double-clicking on thetransaction in the reconciliation window.4.When you are done with this process, the Difference in the bottom right corner should be zero.When this difference is zero,and only when this difference is zero, clickReconcile Now.
Lesson 4 — Work with Bank AccountsMark Cleared TransactionsQuickBooks Desktop 2020 Client Training15In the Select Reconciliation Report window, you can choose to display or print your reconciliationreports. It is important to print both the Summary and Detail reports, and a best practice to savethem as PDFs for future reference.NOTES
Lesson 4 — Work with Bank AccountsView Cleared Checks in the RegisterQuickBooks Desktop 2020 Client Training16View Cleared Checks in the RegisterStep-by-Step:View Cleared Checks in the Register1.From the Banking menu, chooseUse Register.2.Choose the account register you wish to view from the drop-down list. (An alternate way to view theregister is to open the Chart of Accounts and double-click on the balance sheet account whoseregister you wish to see.) Then clickOK.3.Scroll through the register to view the cleared items:Checkmark= cleared on a completed reconciliationAsterisk= cleared on a pending reconciliationNo mark= not cleared
Lesson 4 — Work with Bank AccountsView Cleared Checks in the RegisterQuickBooks Desktop 2020 Client Training17WARNING:You can change the reconciliation status of a transaction from within the register.Do not doit!Manually changing reconciliation status in the register has a negative impact on futurereconciliations.4.If you open a check that has cleared via a reconciliation, you will see a green checkmark alongwith the word Cleared stamped on the face of the check.5.Close the account register.
Lesson 4 — Work with Bank AccountsLocate Specific TransactionsQuickBooks Desktop 2020 Client Training18Locate Specific TransactionsYou can use the QuickBooks Find command to search for specific checks you’ve written (and other

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