Download cheque details

Our cheque reconciliation tool is a great way to keep track of cheques you have written and the dates they have been presented.

  • Once you have viewed a reconciled cheque it will be deleted after you log off ANZ Internet Banking.
  • It's a good idea to download the cheque details to your computer as a CSV file before you log off to keep them for your records.

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To download cheque details:

  • Go to the Home page, which is the first page you see when you log on to ANZ Internet Banking.
  • Select your cheque or savings account.
  • Select the "Cheque reconciliation" link and follow the steps below.
Step 1 - Select and download the cheque
  • Select the cheques using the radio buttons under the "Select" column.
  • Click "Download to CSV" link under the "Additional links" section. This will begin the download process.
Step 2 - Name and save the file
  • When the file has finished downloading, excel will open and the cheque details will appear in the spreadsheet.
  • You can then save the file to your computer or disk by choosing a file name and your preferred location.

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What is the "Cheque reconciliation" page used for?

The ANZ Internet Banking cheque reconciliation tool used to reconcile cheques that you have written.

  • This is a great way to keep track of cheques you have written and the dates they have been presented.
What information do I need to use cheque reconciliation function?

First of all, you need an account with a cheque facility.

  • For all cheques to be reconciled you'll need cheque details including the cheque number, date written, cheque description and amount.
What information can I see on the "Cheque reconciliation" page?

This page displays the following information:

  • Account name and account number of the eligible cheque account
  • Cheque reconciliation list: The following details are displayed for each cheque:
    • cheque number
    • date written
    • date presented
    • cheque description
    • amount of the cheque
  • Total value of un-presented cheque.
How do I verify if the cheque that I wrote has been presented or not?

ANZ Internet Banking will confirm whether the cheque that you submitted has been presented.

  • If it has been presented we will reconcile it by displaying the presented date.
  • If the date is not displayed, it means the cheque has not been presented yet. You can check again at your next log on.
  • Once you have viewed a reconciled cheque, it will be deleted after you log off.
How do I keep record of the cheques?

You can keep a record of your cheques by printing the page or downloading the details as CSV file to your computer.

  • To download cheques click on the "Download to CSV" link from the bottom of the screen, and save the file by choosing the file name and where you would like to save it in your computer.

To print this page, click on the "Print copy" icon in the top right corner.

  • A print-friendly version of the page will display.
  • Click on "Print" at the top of the page to start the print.
  • If there is no print icon in the top right corner please use your own browser's print function (Control + P).

Need more help?

For further assistance please call the ANZ Internet Banking team on 13 33 50 (International callers: +61 3 9683 8833) 24 hours a day, seven days a week.