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Lets assume you properly set up the credit card account as credit card type. Even if you set it up as a simple other current liability it would work the same.
Lacking any signs of a Bill (to you it is not an invoice, invoices are what you give to your customers) then you will use standard Write Check function and post the line item to the cc card account. If it created a Bill you need to use Bill Pay function.
Maybe it even already created a check waiting to be printed – check that as well.
Open your cc account in your chart of accounts and run a quick report – any Bill or unprinted check will appear there.
Resolution for Issue 'Hi,Any suggestions on how to re-create a credit card’s invoice that should have been created at the end of reconciliation?' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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