How To Reprint A Check In Netsuite

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Being able to reprint a check in Netsuite can prove to be extremely useful in certain circumstances. Whether the check has been lost or if you require extra copies, the ability to reprint it can save you both time and energy. In this article, I will provide step-by-step instructions on how to reprint a check in Netsuite, drawing from my own personal experiences and offering helpful insights.

Step 1: Accessing the Check

First, log in to your Netsuite account and navigate to the “Transactions” tab. From there, click on “Banking” and select “Write Checks.” This will take you to the “Write Checks” page, where you can view all the checks you have previously written.

Here’s a tip from my personal experience: if you remember the date or check number, you can use the search filters to quickly locate the check you want to reprint.

Step 2: Locating the Check

Once you’re on the “Write Checks” page, you’ll see a list of all the checks you have written. To locate the specific check you want to reprint, you can use the search field at the top of the page. Enter the check number or any other relevant details, and Netsuite will filter the results accordingly.

From my personal experience, it’s helpful to double-check the check date and the payee’s name to ensure you have selected the correct check for reprinting.

Step 3: Reprinting the Check

After locating the check you want to reprint, click on the check number link to open the check details. Once the check details are displayed, you will see a button labeled “Print Check.” Click on this button to proceed with the reprinting process.

It’s worth mentioning that if you are using a thermal printer, you may need to adjust the print settings to ensure the check prints clearly. Check your printer settings and make any necessary adjustments before proceeding with the printing.

Step 4: Reviewing the Reprinted Check

Once you have selected the “Print Check” button, Netsuite will generate a PDF file of the reprinted check. You can review the check on your computer screen and verify that all the information is correct before printing it.

Take a moment to double-check the check amount, payee information, and any other details that may be important. It’s always better to be cautious and ensure everything is accurate.

Step 5: Printing the Reprinted Check

Now that you have reviewed the reprinted check, it’s time to print it. Click on the print icon or use the shortcut key for printing on your computer to initiate the printing process. Make sure your printer is ready and has sufficient paper before starting the printing.

During the printing process, keep an eye on the printer to ensure that the check is being printed correctly and that the alignment is accurate. If you notice any issues, stop the printing and troubleshoot the problem before proceeding.

A Personal Note

Reprinting a check in Netsuite is a fairly straightforward process, but it can be immensely helpful in certain situations. I have personally relied on this feature numerous times, whether it was due to a misplaced check or needing additional copies for record-keeping purposes.

Remember to always handle checks with care, keep track of your transactions, and verify the accuracy of the reprinted check before distributing it. Being proactive and attentive can save you from potential errors or complications in the future.


Reprinting a check in Netsuite is a simple yet valuable feature that can save you time and effort. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can easily locate and reprint checks as needed. Just remember to review the check details and ensure the accuracy before printing.

Take advantage of this feature in Netsuite to stay organized and maintain accurate financial records. Happy check reprinting!