Checkbook Register

This free electronic checkbook register in Microsoft Excel can be downloaded for balancing of any checkbook, business or personal.

This register begins with a starting balance and adds or deducts money from the total amount with each transaction entered into the spreadsheet. It also records the check numbers, type of transaction, as well as any additional notes needed for a specific transaction. Also see our Check Register if you are looking for a printable blank version of this register.

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Comments

5 Responses to “Checkbook Register”
  1. Tammy P. says:

    What do you enter in the Reconcile box in order to get the check mark?

  2. admin says:

    You can simply use an X to market, or type in “yes”

  3. Karen H says:

    This new form stops calculating at line 52. I have downloaded it several time but still the same problem.

  4. admin says:

    Thank you for the notification. We fixed the error in the formula.

  5. Michelle says:

    This is really awesome! I am attempting to keep better track of our expenses, and the notes box allows me to list what the expense is. I have already found a subtraction mistake in my handwritten register, so I’m also hoping this will make reconciliation easier as well.