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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780131436220
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 11/28/2003
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 6
  • Pages: 88
  • Product dimensions: 8.54 (w) x 10.98 (h) x 0.24 (d)

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Welcome Students and Instructors!

Getting Started With QuickBooks Pro 2003 was written to provide the accounting student with an overview of how the manual concepts taught in the introductory accounting classes can be applied within a computerized accounting environment. While the text is written using instructions for QuickBooks Pro 2003, the concepts learned can be applied to learning many of the other computerized accounting programs available to businesses.

The text also contains a quick, refresher course in Windows but does not attempt to teach those skills in a comprehensive manner. It is presumed that the user has at a minimum, the basic accounting skills taught in the first accounting course. The activities will require the use of the company data files available on the accompanying CD-ROM, which is available from Prentice Hall. This option allows the student to modify the data files.

The text contains seven chapters of computer workshops, working with mini-practice sets to allow the student to practice the concepts being taught in the curriculum. Suggested Sequence

The following assignment list summarizes the computerized accounting materials contained in the text and suggests the order in which they would best be assigned for the accounting curriculum. Assignment

  1. Part A of the Appendix
  2. Part B of the Appendix
  3. Part F of the Appendix
  4. Chapter 1: Journalizing, Posting, General ledger, Trial Balance, and Chart of Accounts—The Atlas Company
  5. Part C of the Appendix
  6. Part D of the Appendix
  7. Chapter 2: Part A Compound Journal Entries, Adjusting Entries, and Financial Reports—The Zell Company
  8. Chapter 2: Part B Backup Procedures—The Zell Company
  9. Chapter 3: The Accounting Cycle (Two Months of Transactions)—Valdez Realty
  10. Part E of the Appendix
  11. Chapter 4: Working with Payroll—Pete's Market
  12. Chapter 5: Merchandising Company Part A—The Mars Company
  13. Chapter 5: Merchandising Company Part B—Abby's Toy House
  14. Chapter 6: Merchandising Company with Payroll Transactions—The Corner Dress Shop
  15. Chapter 7: Merchandising Company Using Perpetual Inventory—The Paint Place
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Preface

Welcome Students and Instructors!

Getting Started With QuickBooks Pro 2003 was written to provide the accounting student with an overview of how the manual concepts taught in the introductory accounting classes can be applied within a computerized accounting environment. While the text is written using instructions for QuickBooks Pro 2003, the concepts learned can be applied to learning many of the other computerized accounting programs available to businesses.

The text also contains a quick, refresher course in Windows but does not attempt to teach those skills in a comprehensive manner. It is presumed that the user has at a minimum, the basic accounting skills taught in the first accounting course. The activities will require the use of the company data files available on the accompanying CD-ROM, which is available from Prentice Hall. This option allows the student to modify the data files.

The text contains seven chapters of computer workshops, working with mini-practice sets to allow the student to practice the concepts being taught in the curriculum.

Suggested Sequence

The following assignment list summarizes the computerized accounting materials contained in the text and suggests the order in which they would best be assigned for the accounting curriculum.

Assignment

  1. Part A of the Appendix
  2. Part B of the Appendix
  3. Part F of the Appendix
  4. Chapter 1: Journalizing, Posting, General ledger, Trial Balance, and Chart of Accounts—The Atlas Company
  5. Part C of the Appendix
  6. Part D of the Appendix
  7. Chapter 2: Part A Compound Journal Entries, Adjusting Entries, and Financial Reports—The Zell Company
  8. Chapter 2: Part B Backup Procedures—The Zell Company
  9. Chapter 3: The Accounting Cycle (Two Months of Transactions)—Valdez Realty
  10. Part E of the Appendix
  11. Chapter 4: Working with Payroll—Pete's Market
  12. Chapter 5: Merchandising Company Part A—The Mars Company
  13. Chapter 5: Merchandising Company Part B—Abby's Toy House
  14. Chapter 6: Merchandising Company with Payroll Transactions—The Corner Dress Shop
  15. Chapter 7: Merchandising Company Using Perpetual Inventory—The Paint Place
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