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USING QUICKBOOKS PROr 2010 FOR ACCOUNTING teaches fundamental accounting concepts and principles while developing students' proficiency with the market-leading accounting software QuickBooks Pro by Intuit. This well-organized and concise text teaches the technology and application of accounting skills by illustrating how accounting information is created and used.
Table of Contents
|Getting Started with Quickbooks|
|An Interactive Tour of QuickBooks|
|Preparing a Balance Sheet Using QuickBooks|
|Preparing an Income Statement Using QuickBooks|
|Preparing a Statement of Cash Flows Using QuickBooks|
|Creating Supporting Reports to Help Make Business Decisions|
|Creating a Quickbooks File to Record and Analyze Business Events|
|Setting Up Your Business's Accounting System|
|Cash-Oriented Business Activities|
|Additional Business Activities|
|Reporting Business Activities|
|Traditional Accounting: Debits and Credits|
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