You can enter a new date directly over the date Quicken puts in the Date field. You don't have to type the slashes. You don't even have to type the year, because if it's the current year, Quicken entered it already.
In the Num field, enter the check number.
In the Payee field, enter the name of the credit card company.
In the Payment field, enter the amount of the payment.
In the Category field, select the matching credit card account from the drop-down list.
This step assumes that you have set up an account for your credit card as well as your checking account. If you have done so, the credit card account will appear at the end of your category list, enclosed in [square brackets].
This window, plus your downloaded credit card transactions, provides the same information you receive on your paper credit card statement. It's a good idea to compare these transactions to your paper statement and to check against the paper statement for your balance due.
Confirm the amount you would like to pay, or change it by selecting one of the other payment options.
Select Online Payment.
Make sure the account you have selected as a payment source is activated for online payments.
Click Update/Send to send the payment instruction.
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