Direct Deposit Check Stock Code

Greetings,

I am new to HRMS and of course missed a step on changing the "Check" check stock code to DD check stock code thus now all of the 400+ advices had the check sequence number on it instead of the direct deposit sequence number. It was a bit too late when I realized the error because the process was already completed/posted. Has anyone had this happen to them and what is the best practice and or advise you can share and or give to fix this error? 

Thank you.

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  • I back up before I import my timecards.  I had something happen almost identical to you.  I was able to restore to my previous back up and run the whole payroll again.  If that is too onerous, perhaps a backup just prior to check printing could be the saving grace in the event of a check/direct deposit stock mix-up.

    Another good thing to do is to export your checks and direct deposits to a word file.  Use the 2003 Word for your export.  It will save as a .rtf file.  You can keep it in that format or change it to a .doc format.  This has been very handy to use for replacement checks.

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  • I back up before I import my timecards.  I had something happen almost identical to you.  I was able to restore to my previous back up and run the whole payroll again.  If that is too onerous, perhaps a backup just prior to check printing could be the saving grace in the event of a check/direct deposit stock mix-up.

    Another good thing to do is to export your checks and direct deposits to a word file.  Use the 2003 Word for your export.  It will save as a .rtf file.  You can keep it in that format or change it to a .doc format.  This has been very handy to use for replacement checks.

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