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This book teaches students how to use accounting software that is available on the Web: ePeachtree. Step-by-step instructions show students how to apply accounting concepts to real-world situations.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072510713
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
  • Publication date: 8/28/2001
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Pages: 188
  • Product dimensions: 8.52 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Carol Yacht is a textbook author and accounting educator. After 30 years of teaching at institutions including California State University, Los Angeles; West Los Angeles College; Yavapai College; and Beverly Hills High School, Carol's second career is textbook author. Carol writes Peachtree, QuickBooks, Great Plains, Microsoft Office Accounting, and Excel textbooks; and the accounting textbook supplement, Carol Yacht's General Ledger and Peachtree CD-ROMs. Adopter surveys and emails from professors have made Carol Yacht's textbooks the number one choice for computer accounting courses. She handles all phases of textbook production, except printing, herself. After months of "Carol controlled" proofing and problem-checking, she turns over camera-ready manuscript for publication. Carol regularly conducts accounting software workshops at conventions and colleges and universities. With the help of McGraw-Hill/Irwin, Carol's textbooks teach computerized accounting throughout the world. The Yacht library is a winner; check it out at www.mhhe.com/yacht.

Susan V. Crosson coordinates and is Professor of Accounting at Santa Fe Community College, Gainesville, FL. Susan is known for her innovative application of pedagogical strategies online and in the classroom. She is active in many academic and professional organizations. Susan serves on the American Institute of CPA Pre-certification Education Executive Committee and is on the Florida Institute of CPAs Accounting Careers and Education committee and the Florida Association of Accounting Educators Steering Committee. She has served as the American Accounting Association's Vice President for Sections and Regions and as a Council Member-at-large,Chairperson of the Membership Committee, and was Chairperson of the Two-Year Accounting Section. Previously she served as Chairperson of the Florida Institute of CPAs Accounting Careers and Education Committee and was Chair of the Florida Institute of CPAs Relations with Accounting Educators Committee.

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Downloading ePeachtree Software
Each part has an introductory section that includes downloading instructions. Step-by-step instructions with screen captures are included for software installation.

A.
Software Objectives

B.
Web Objectives

C.
Computer Accounting Essentials Web Site

D.
Getting Started

E.
NetLedger Log In

F.
Check Your Progress

1.
Internet homework

2.
10 multiple-choice questions

3.
10 true/false questions

4.
Part 1 Index

Part 2: New Company Setup
Step-by-step instructions with screen captures are included for new company set up.

A.
Software Objectives

B.
Web Objectives

C.
Computer Accounting Essentials Web Site

D.
Getting Started

E.
Company Preferences

F.
Chart of Accounts

G.
Beginning Balance Sheet

H.
Help Screens

I.
Exporting Report Data to Excel

J.
Check Your Progress

1. Internet homework

2.
10 multiple-choice questions

3.
10 true/false questions

5.
Exercise 2-1

6.
Exercise 2-2

7.
Part 2 Index

Part 3: Setting Accounting Defaults
Step-by-step instructions with screen captures are included at the initial stage of setting up accounting defaults.

A.
Software Objectives

B.
Web Objectives

C.
Computer Accounting Essentials Web Site

D.
Getting Started

E.
Customer Defaults

F.
Sales Tax Defaults

G.
Vendor Defaults

H.
Inventory Defaults

I.
Check Your Progress

1.
Internet homework

2. 10 multiple-choice questions

3.
10 true/false questions

4.
Exercise 3-1

5.
Exercise 3-2

6.
Part 3 Index

Part 4: Fourth Quarter Transactions
When a new type of transaction is introduced, detailed step-by-step instructions with screen captures are included.

A.
Software Objectives

B.
Web Objectives

C.
Computer Accounting Essentials Web Site

D.
Getting Started

E.
Vendor Transactions

F.
Purchase Returns

G.
Vendor Payments

H.
Customer Transactions

I.
Sales Returns

J.
Customer Receipts

K.
Cash Transactions

L.
Account Reconciliation

1.
October bank statement

2.
November bank statement

3.
December bank statement

M. Monthly Reports

1.
October reports.

2.
November reports.

3.
December reports.

N. Check Your Progress

1.
Internet homework

2.
10 multiple-choice questions

3.
10 true/false questions

4.
Exercise 4-1

5.
Exercise 4-2

6.
Part 4 Index

Part 5: End-of-Year & Beginning-of Year Transactions

A.
Software Objectives

B.
Web Objectives

C.
Computer Accounting Essentials Web Site

D.
Getting Started

E.
End-of-Year Adjusting Entries

F.
End-of-Year Financial Statements

G.
End-of-Year Closing Entries

H.
Post-Closing Trial Balance

I.
Beginning-of-Year Transactions

J.
Reconcile the Bank Statement: January

K.
Printing January Reports

L.
Check Your Progress

1.
Internet homework

2.
10 multiple-choice questions

3.
10 true/false questions

4.
Exercise 5-1

5.
Exercise 5-2

6.
Part 5 Index

Part 6: Advanced Features
(Advanced topics may differ depending on the software.)

A.
Software Objectives

B.
Web Objectives

C.
Computer Accounting Essentials Web Site

D.
Getting Started

E.
Customizing Forms

F.
Customizing Graphs

G.
Copy Report Text to a Word Processing Program

H.
Check Your Progress

1.
Internet homework

2.
10 multiple-choice questions

3.
10 true/false questions

4.
Exercise 6-1

5.
Exercise 6-2

6.
Exercise 6-3

7.
Part 6 Index

Case Problem 1: Complete First Quarter Transactions for February and March

Case Problem 2: End-of-Quarter Adjusting Entries and Reports

Case Problem 3: Student-Designed Project.

Final Exam

Glossary

Index
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