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Learning Quickbook Pro 2007

by Terri E. Brunsdon

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The 2nd book in a new series of texts designed for Computerized Accounting courses that focus on Peachtree, QuickBooks, Microsoft Office Accounting, or Great Plains shows students what is actually happening behind the numbers. Each chapter features a manual accounting procedure that illustrates the transaction recording in a manual accounting system, before recording the same transaction in the software. Tracing the audit trail of a posted entry teaches students why they need to make an entry and how that entry will influence the accounting. With a better understanding of how data entries affect the accounting, students are better equipped to make corrections to existing entries and understand the results that will come from these corrections.

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