How to record a hand-written check, EFT, or an already paid transaction (assign check number)
When a check has already been created, either electronically, handwritten, or printed but later deleted (or voided) for any reason, you may add or re-add the check through the Assign Check Number button in the Bill.
Always use letters such as "EFT" before any Electronic Fund Transfers to avoid throwing your check numbers out of sequence. If you forgot to add EFT to your check and need to change it you may be able to use Change Check Numbers if you have permissions to that process. See: How to change the check number
If you deleted/voided the check through the software, re-use the same check number as the one you deleted/voided. If you voided the check, the same number may not be re-used but you may add an alpha character to the end of the check number. (So in the example below, the check number would be 1051a).
After clicking Save, you must submit the Bill.