Integrated Accounting for Windows (with Integrated Accounting Software CD-ROM) / Edition 5

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Overview

Quite possibly the easiest-to-understand product on the market, Klooster and Allen's INTEGRATED ACCOUNTING FOR WINDOWS teaches students all the aspects of computerized accounting and the operating procedures for all Windows-based programs at the same time. The software was specifically designed to be very similar to the commercial software packages used in business, which will help students hit the ground running when they get that first real job. With its updated design and improved directions, students won't become overwhelmed with the program. Coupling these refinements for the fifth edition with the gradual introduction of the software that is the hallmark of INTEGRATED ACCOUNTING, students will be able to concentrate more on the accounting principles being taught, while the software becomes second nature.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780324312492
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 1/31/2006
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 624
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Dale Klooster is an author of educational courseware products. For four years, he was affiliated with a major publishing company. In addition, he spent six years working with various computer systems in business and industry, 13 years as an educator in the field of computer information processing, and the past 20 years as an author of computer-related products. He also has been a consultant to many businesses and educational institutions. He earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Minnesota State University, and his Ed.D. degree from the University of Northern Colorado. Dr. Klooster has co-authored INTEGRATED ACCOUNTING; AUTOMATED ACCOUNTING; ADVANCED AUTOMATED ACCOUNTING; ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES; COMPUTERIZED INVENTORY PROCEDURES; COMPUTERIZED PAYROLL PROCEDURES; COMPUTERIZED RECORD-KEEPING AND BOOKKEEPING; FINANCIAL INFORMATION PROCESSING; COMPUTERS AND INFORMATION PROCESSING; TECHNOLOGY FOR PRODUCTIVITY AND DECISION MAKING; COMPUTERIZED PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING (Internet-based); ACCOUNTING FOUNDATIONS: A COMPLETE ONLINE COURSE; several spreadsheet accounting textbooks; a word processing, spreadsheet, and database textbook; and several accounting simulations and other educational software packages.

Warren Allen is an author and developer of software for numerous educational courseware products. For fourteen years he taught accounting and computer programming, and has spent the past twenty seven years as an author of computer-related products. He has designed, developed, and installed numerous computerized accounting systems for businesses and governmental organizations. He earned his B.S. degree from Southern State College, and his M.A. degree from the University of South Dakota. Mr. Allen has co-authored Integrated Accounting; Automated Accounting; Advanced Automated Accounting; Enrichment Activities; Computerized Inventory Procedures; Computerized Payroll Procedures; Computerized Record-Keeping and Bookkeeping; Financial Information Processing; Computers and Information Processing; Technology for Productivity and Decision Making; Computerized Principles of Financial Accounting (Internet based); Accounting Foundations: A Complete Online Course; several spreadsheet accounting textbooks; a word processing, spreadsheet, and database textbook; and several accounting simulations and other educational software packages.

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Table of Contents

Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Accounting Cycle of a Service Business and Bank Reconciliation. 3. Accounting Cycle of a Merchandising Business. 4. Voucher System and Budgeting. Comprehensive Problem 1. 5. Accounts Payable: Purchase Order Processing and Inventory Control. 6. Accounts Receivable: Sales Order Processing and Inventory Control 7. Fixed Assets. 8. Payroll. 9. Partnerships and Corporations. Comprehensive Problem 2. 10. Financial Statement Analysis. 11. Departmentalized Accounting. Comprehensive Problem 3. 12. Accounting System Setup. Index.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 31, 2008

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    Some changes are in order for this otherwise fine 'look and feel' like commercial software. One, regardless of the reason, when this General Ledger software by Klooster & Allen, v.5.0 by Don Lucy does crash, no files are auto saved --- SO, you lose it all...hours of work just before final project deadline or class, all gone! Save option is not available, only 'Save As' and files are kept in temporary form only. It crashes with Vista and Windows XP. Oh, and there is no 'restore' or previous work area, just lament. There is no ticket & no website to post feedback to improve their software.

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