You would have to show up in person at a branch location that belongs to your bank where your bank account is open. Most banks have a lines for the customers to get in line and wait for their turn to talk to the bank teller. Most banks will have a section in the middle of this section where they have a bunch of blank documents and a deposit slip is included there.There is specific information that you need to know in order to fill the bank deposit slip correctly and you don't have to spend time memorizing it or take documents of that information with you. All you have to do is just write it down in a piece of paper and then reap into pieces the paper when you are done. The information that you need to fill out the deposit slip is your account number. What is it that you are depositing a check or cash and what is the exact amount to be deposited. The deposit slip should include your name and your signature.In type of deposit slip, you would have to also check whether you are depositing the funds into your bank checkings account or into your bank savings account and your address. The signature section is a part that can only be signed in the presence of a bank teller. You would also have to write the date on which this deposit takes place.Some deposit slips differ in one or two things from the others but for the most part they all are very similar in many ways. In this deposit slip, you would not have to write the date or your address or whether it goes to a savings or checking accounts but all other information still applies.Note that in the two types of the deposits samples there is a section that says “subtotal” and another that says “less cash”. Those two sections are only applicable when you present a check to be cash but you also want part of that check to deposit into your account. For example, let us say that you present a check with the total funds of 1458 but you want to receive 800 in cash and the remaining balance is two be deposited. In that case, the subtotal would say “1458” and the “less cash” section would say “800” the the “total” section would say “658”. Those types of deposit slips are provided to you free of charge at the bank.The deposit slip shown above is another type of bank deposit slip which is more convenient and you have less possibilities of making entry errors because those types of deposit slips are already personalized and they already have your bank account, name and address printed on them. All you have to do is fill out the amount that you depositing into your bank account and whether it is a check or cash. However, the personalized deposit slips costs money.At the end of the successful deposit transaction, you should received from the bank teller a deposit receipt which summarizes the how much was deposited and your new bank account balance. Some advanced banks will even print a receipt with an image of the check that was deposited.