How to Print a Bank Statement? 

If you’ve ever been confused as to how to print a bank statement, you are not alone. There are several ways to print a bank statement, and some methods are free. This article will provide you with some easy ways to retrieve and print your bank statement. You can also save a copy of your bank statement as a PDF file. 

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Enroll2 in Online Banking 

If you are having trouble printing your bank statement, you can easily print it through Online Banking. Go to the Statements Tab in Online Banking, and you’ll see a drop-down box displaying all of your accounts. Choose a date range to print a statement for and click “Print”. The printer control window will pop up, and you can begin the printing process. 

If you’re not currently enrolled in eStatements, follow these steps to enroll in the service. Once enrolled, you’ll receive an email confirming that the enrollment process has been successful. The email notification will include a confirmation code. You’ll need to wait a day or two to receive the first statement, so be patient. 

Retrieving bank statements online is free 

Bank statements can be retrieved in several ways, including online, through a mobile app, or by mail. Some banks even offer the option of paperless delivery. Regardless of how you access your statement, all banks are required to keep your records for a minimum of five years. 

Bank statements are generally available in PDF format. The process of downloading a PDF varies from bank to bank. Typically, a bank’s website will have a “Statements” or “Account Services” link. From there, you can select the period and account you’d like to download. While most banks offer instant access to your statement, others require you to request a PDF file that can be emailed to you. 

Saving a copy of your bank statement as a PDF 

There are a few ways to save a copy of your bank statement. First, log into your EasyWeb account. Next, download Adobe Reader. Once you have this software installed, go to the ‘Statements’ page in EasyWeb. From here, click on ‘Print or Save As PDF’. The statement will then be displayed in Adobe Reader. 

Once you have the PDF file, you can open it in a PDF reader and edit any text or images that are in the statement. Afterward, you can copy the text and paste it into other documents. The bank statement may also contain images, such as check images, logos, or advertisements. You can use a PDF Convert product to edit these images. 

Reconciling your bank statement with your checkbook 

Reconciling your bank statement with the information in your checkbook is an important part of your financial management. It is best to do it at least once a month to ensure you aren’t missing any transactions. The process can be done faster if you have receipts handy. Start by looking over your 10 largest purchases and all transfers and larger payments to ensure you’re reconciling your account correctly. 

When reconciling your bank statement with your checkbook, look for deposits that do not have a checkmark. These are deposits that you’ve made in the checkbook but have not yet been deposited into your bank account. If you see any deposits that do not have a checkmark on them, make sure to add them to the account balance.