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Checks out of order

Checks out of order

Checks out of order

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I was getting ready to print a check from Accounts Payable and the check it was asking for in the system did not match the next check in sequence. I discovered that a co-worker had used checks ending in 67 and 68, but they posted as 60 and 61, two checks I had already run and posted (and matched my check register). Apparently, she had finished a payroll, then I began one after she updated the Payroll Check Registry. She discovered that she needed to void two checks and re-do them. I think she assumed that the next two checks should have been 60 and 61 (but I had already run a payroll and posted my checks) and she overrode the next check to match what she thought it should be. How do I correct this in the system so as to get the incorrect posted checks with the correct check numbers in the system?

Thank you so much for your help.

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