I've seen similar questions asked but the answers don't apply as they functions and steps listed do not exist on my version. I'm using QB 2016 Desktop version for Mac. I want to print all transacton in the GENERAL JOURNAL ONLY, not every single transaction in all accounts, which is the only option I can seem to print. When I select REPORTS and go to ACCOUNTANT and select JOURNAL all I get is a date range and then what colums to view. I do not get an option for specific accounts or the general journal only. All I want to do is print the adjustment entries that I made but it seems to not be possible. I get all kinds of option to select what columns/items gets printed, but not the report I want to print. When viewing the actual General Journal Entry window all I can do is print one individual entry at a time, which is useless in my opinion, but I can't print the entire journal with all transactions. This should be a simple, straight forward process. Is it even possible?
We’re here to help you with printing the report you need.
If you’d like to print the adjustment entries for specific accounts, you can pull up the Adjusting Journal Entries Report. The good thing about this is you can customize the report to show the accounts you want to print.
Here’s how to generate the report:
- Click Reports at the top.
- Select Accountant & Taxes, then select Adjusting Journal Entries Report.
- Click the Customize Report button in the upper right-hand corner.
- Select the Filters tab.
- In the search filters box, select Account.
- In the Account drop down, select the account you’d like to print.
- Click OK.
After pulling up the data, you can now print the report.
- Click the Print button at the top.
- Select Report.
- In the Print Reports window, review the settings.
- Click Print.
Please keep me posted if you need anything else. Thank you for dropping by and have a good day.