How Do I Delete a Check I Printed?
If you need to delete a Hard Cost check that you have written due to incorrect information or if you no longer need it, you can do this by either voiding or deleting. This will depend on whether it has been invoiced or not. Once you have created a check (hard cost) it will appear in the Time/Expenses section
of Zola Suite.
If you need to delete the check and it has not yet been invoiced:
- Go to the Time section
- Select the Expenses tab
- Locate the check and on the right-hand side click on the trash icon to delete
If you need to delete the check and it has been invoiced:
How Do I Delete or Void an Approved Invoice?
If your firm does not allow editing of Approved Invoices, only Invoices that are Drafts or Pending Approval can be deleted. If you need to make changes to an Approved Invoice it must be Voided. Deleting or Voiding an invoice will move the activity ...
Alignment problems with check printing
Checks printed from Safari do not align properly because Safari doesn't allow you to add margins to a document when printing it. Thus, we recommend using either Google Chrome or Firefox to print out checks. When printing in Google Chrome, make sure ...
How Do I Delete Invoices?
Deleting an Invoice will depend on what status the invoice is currently in and the result of deletion will depend on how exactly you created the invoice. Invoice Status: An invoice can be in Draft, Submit For Approval, Approved/Not Paid, Partially ...
How Do I Print a Check From the Register?
If you would like to print out a check from the selected bank account to mail to the recipient or to have for your own records you can do so directly from the Register. Go to the Accounting and click on Banks & Registers tab Using Select Account ...
How Do I Perform a Conflict Check?
You can perform a Conflict Check by using the Universal Search tool on the top right-hand corner of your screen. This will allow you to search the entire database for a particular word, phrase or name. The search bar will auto-suggest related words ...
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