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Recording Skipped Checks

  • 1.  Recording Skipped Checks

    Posted Nov 21, 2019 08:46 AM
    Hi All,

    Does anyone know of a way to record skipped check numbers?

    We needed to trash a bunch of checks and had new checks re-printed but there is a gap in the numbering.  We want to record this number gap in NAV, so we know this check was voided and we don't have a number gap in NAV.

    I know I can record a check and then void it if it's tied to an employee or vendor, but I wasn't sure if NAV had an easier way of doing this for multiple check numbers at once.


    Monica Nixon-Meyer
    T-Solutions, Inc.
    Chesapeake VA
    Academy - Online Interactive Learning from Experts

  • 2.  RE: Recording Skipped Checks

    Posted Nov 22, 2019 11:53 AM
    Hello Monica,

    The check ledger available from the Bank Account is the best way to do this.  One option is to do a bogus check run and then void the checks, as you mention above.

    The other options is to use Rapid Start to load a list of check numbers into the Check Ledger Entries table.  Despite the fact that the table is called a 'Ledger', there are no G/L entries created from this Ledger, it is not a true sub-ledger, it is a reference of check numbers that were printed.

    You would have to be careful about loading the checks records, and make sure you load them as 'Voided', but this should get you the electronic record you are looking for.

    Victor Diercksen

    Victor Diercksen
    CIO/NOW Inc.
    Sandy UT

    Academy - Online Interactive Learning from Experts

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