Printing forms in Sage 100

Sometimes it's nice to have a hard copy; other times it's required. Read on to learn how to print a variety of forms in Sage 100. 

Make sure you've signed in to the Sage Knowledgebase, then click the linked articles below for the full set of steps and additional important information.

Print 1099 and 1096 forms

Visit Knowledgebase article # 31381 - How to print 1099 and 1096 Forms in Sage 100 where you'll learn:

  • How to print 1099 and 1096 Forms in Sage 100 for Accounts Payable vendors and 1099 'Official Copy' to federal forms
  • How to eFile Form 1099 and Form 1096
  • What to do if you encounter either an "A 1099 History file was found" or "Work in-progress Draft file has been detected" message

Print W2s, 1095s and 1099 forms

Sage 100 includes "print and sign" tax forms functionality for payroll tax forms using eFiling & Reporting. This feature eliminates the need for some pre-printed forms, allowing you to print on plain paper instead.

However, IRS regulations require that employee copies of Form W-2 (Copies B, C, and 2) and Form 1099 (except Copy A) be printed on perforated paper and individual filing instructions be given to each employee. Sage Checks and Forms offers these plain paper forms in the required perforated format.

Our Knowledgebase article # 52202 - What forms do I use to print W2s, 1095s and 1099s has the information you'll need, including:

  • What forms you'll use to print W2s, 1095s and 1099s
  • What forms you'll need to order to print W2s, 1095s and 1099s
  • Whether Aatrix allows for W-2 printing 2-per page

Print or eFile W2/W3 forms

Starting with Sage 100 version 4.30, Federal eFiling and Reporting can be used to print W2s on blank perforated four per page W2 stock with Employee Notice on back.

These forms can be purchased from Sage Checks and Forms. The 4-part perforated forms are blank on the front and the required notice to employees is printed on the reverse side.

Review Knowledgebase article 26818 - How to print or eFile W2/W3 forms in Sage 100, where you'll learn how to:

  • Create a file (Federal Copy A) to submit to the Social Security Administration (SSA)
  • Print W2 and W3 forms
  • eFile W2 and W3 forms