Available in Microsoft Office Accounting Professional 2009 only.
The Missing Checks report shows all the recorded checks for a specific period of time only if there was a missing check number in that period, or if there was a break in the numbering sequence.
You can use the Missing Checks report to track which manual checks have not been entered into the accounting system. When there is a gap in the numerical sequence, the report displays Missing check Number. The check lists are grouped by bank account.
Open the report
On the Reports menu, point to Banking, and then click Missing Checks.
Default information in this report includes check dates, check numbers, amounts, and memo information. To view other information, such as cleared status, do the following:
On the toolbar, click Modify Report, and then in the Modify Report pane, select the appropriate Columns options.
For detailed information about how to view individual transaction details, or modify, display, save, print, or export the report data, see Working with reports. For detailed information about how to filter report data, see Report filter options: Missing Checks.
Select another account or change date range
To view a Missing Checks report for another of your accounts, do the following:
Click the arrow next to Bank Account, and then select an account.
To change the date range for this report, do the following:
On the toolbar, click the arrow next to Date Range, From, or To.
Sort by report groups
You can sort the groups within the report in addition to sorting the rows within the groups:
To sort the groups within the report, on the toolbar, click the arrow next to Sort Report Groups by, and then select an option.
To switch between ascending and descending order, click the sort by ascending or sort by descending buttons on the toolbar.
When Microsoft Office Accounting 2009 is set to use foreign currency, this report displays the amounts in the checking account currencies. In addition, the report changes to include a column that shows the three-letter code for the checking account currencies.
For more information about using foreign currency in Office Accounting 2009, see Use foreign currency.