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Overview

Horne teaches accounting concepts and their relationship to Quickbooks Pro 2008 so students can transition from textbook to “real world” transaction analysis.

An introduction to QB and computers, sales and receivables, payables and purchases, general accounting and end-of-period procedures, and computerizing a manual accounting system

To help professional accountants understand the QuickBooks Pro 2008 software.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780138149628
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 6/24/2008
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 9
  • Pages: 800
  • Product dimensions: 9.30 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1—Introduction to Computers and QuickBooks® Pro

Computers Have Become a Way of Life

Manual and Computerized Accounting

QuickBooks® Pro 2008

Versions Of QuickBooks

Begin Computer Training

Open QuickBooks® Pro

How to Open a Company

Verify an Open Company

QuickBooks® Pro Desktop Features

Menu Commands

QuickBooks® Pro Home Page

QuickBooks® Pro Centers

Keyboard Conventions

Icon bar

On-Screen Help

Practice Using Help to Find Keyboard Shortcuts

QuickBooks® Pro Forms

QuickBooks® Pro Lists

QuickBooks® Pro Registers

QuickBooks® Pro Reports

QuickZoom

QuickBooks® Pro Graphs

QuickReport

How to Use QuickMath

How to Use Windows® Calculator

How to Close a Company

Download Company Files

Copy a Company File

Your Name Computer Consultants—Company Description

Open a Company—Student’s Name Computer Consulting

Verifying an Open Company

Close the QuickBooks Learning Center

Add Your Name to the Company Name

How to Create a QuickBooks® Pro Backup File

Change the Name of an Existing Account in the Chart of Accounts

Restore a QuickBooks® Pro Backup File

Create a Duplicate USB Drive

Exit QuickBooks® Pro and End Your Work Session

End-of-Chapter Questions

Chapter 2—Sales and Receivables: Service Business

Accounting for Sales and Receivables

Training Tutorial

Training Procedures

Dates

Company File

Company Profile: Computer Consulting by Your Name

Begin Training in QuickBooks® Pro

Open a Company—Computer Consulting by Your Name

Verifying an Open Company

QuickBooks® Home Page and Centers

Beginning the Tutorial

Enter Sale on Account

Edit and Correct Errors

Print an Invoice

Enter Transactions Using Two Sales Items

Print an Invoice

Analyze Transactions Entered into the Journal

Print A/R Reports

Use the QuickZoom Feature

Correct an Invoice and Print the Corrected Form

View a QuickReport

Void and Delete Sales Forms

Void an Invoice

Delete an Invoice and Use Find

Prepare a Credit Memo

View Customer Balance Detail Report

Add a New Account to the Chart of Accounts

Add New Items to the Item List

Add a New Customer

Modify Customer Records

Record Cash Sales

Print Sales Receipt

Print Sales by Customer Detail Report

Correct a Sales Receipt and Print the Corrected Form

View a QuickReport

Analyze Sales

Record Customer Payments on Account

View Transactions by Customer

Deposit Checks Received for Cash Sales and Payments on Account

Print Journal

Print the Trial Balance

Graphs in QuickBooks® Pro

Prepare Accounts Receivable Graphs

Use QuickZoom Feature to Obtain Individual Customer Details

Prepare Sales Graphs

Use QuickZoom to View an Individual Item

Back Up and Close Company

End-of-Chapter Questions

Chapter 3—Payables and Purchases: Service Business

Accounting for Payables and Purchases

Enter a Bill

Edit and Correct Errors

Print Transaction by Vendor Report

Use the QuickZoom Feature

Enter a Bill Using the Accounts Payable Register

Edit a Transaction in the Accounts Payable Register

Preview and Print a QuickReport from the Accounts Payable Register

Prepare Unpaid Bills Detail Report

Delete a Bill

Add a New Vendor While Recording a Bill

Modify Vendor Records

Enter a Credit from a Vendor

View Credit in Accounts Payable Register

Paying Bills

Printing Checks for Bills

Review Bills That Have Been Paid

Petty Cash

Add Petty Cash Account to the Chart of Accounts

Establish Petty Cash Fund

Record Payment of an Expense Using Petty Cash

Pay Bills by Writing Checks

Edit Checks

Void Checks

Delete Checks

Print Checks

Prepare Check Detail Report

View Missing Checks Report

Purchase an Asset with a Company Check

Customize Report Format

Print Accounts Payable Aging Summary

Print Unpaid Bills Detail Report

Print Vendor Balance Summary

Create an Accounts Payable Graph by Aging Period

Use QuickZoom to View Graph Details

End-of-Chapter Questions

Chapter 4—General Accounting and End-of-Period Procedures: Service Business

General Accounting and End-of-Period Procedures

Change the Name of Existing Accounts in the Chart of Accounts

Effect of an Account Name Change on Subaccounts

Make an Account Inactive

Delete an Existing Account from the Chart of Accounts

Adjustments for Accrual-Basis Accounting

Adjusting Entries—Prepaid Expenses

Adjusting Entries—Depreciation

View General Journal

Owner Withdrawals

Additional Cash Investment by Owner

Noncash Investment by Owner

View Balance Sheet

Bank Reconciliation

Adjusting and Correcting Entries—Bank Reconciliation

Print a Reconciliation Report

View the Checking Account Register

Edit Cleared Transactions

View the Journal

Prepare Trial Balance

Use QuickZoom in Trial Balance

Print the Trial Balance

Select Accrual-Basis Reporting Preference

Prepare and Print Cash Flow Forecast

Statement of Cash Flows

Print Standard Profit and Loss Statement

Prepare a Standard Balance Sheet

Adjustment to Transfer Net Income/Retained Earnings into Your Name, Capital

Print Standard Balance Sheet

Print Journal

Exporting Reports to Excel

End-of-Period Backup

Passwords

Set the Closing Date for the Period

Access Transaction for Previous Period

Edit Transaction from Previous Period

Print Post-Closing Trial Balance

Print Post-Closing Profit and Loss Statement

Print Post-Closing Balance Sheet

End-of-Chapter Questions

Your Name’s Help for You Practice Set: Service Business

Chapter 5—Sales and Receivables: Merchandising Business

Accounting for Sales and Receivables in a Merchandising Business

Company Profile: Your Name Mountain Sports

Open a Company—Your Name Mountain Sports

Add Your Name to the Company Name

Customize Report Format

Customize Business Forms

Enter Sales on Account

Edit and Correct Errors

Print an Invoice

Enter Transactions Using More Than One Sales Item and Sales Tax

E-Mail Invoices

Enter a Transaction Exceeding a Customer’s Credit Limit and Add a Word to the Spelling Dictionary

Accounts Receivable Reports

Prepare Customer Balance Detail Report

Use the QuickZoom Feature

Correct an Invoice and Print the Corrected Form

Adding New Accounts to the Chart of Accounts

Add New Items to List

Correct an Invoice to Include Sales Discount

View a QuickReport

Add a New Customer

Record a Sale to a New Customer

Modify Customer Records

Void and Delete Sales Forms

Prepare Credit Memos

Print Open Invoices by Customer Report

Record Cash Sales with Sales Tax

Print Sales Receipt

Entering a Credit Card Sale

Record Sales Paid by Check

Print Summary Sales by Item Report

Correct a Sales Receipt and Print the Corrected Form

View a QuickReport

Analyze the QuickReport for Cash Customer

View Sales Tax Payable Register

Record Customer Payments on Account

Record Customer Payment on Account When a Credit Has Been Applied

Record Payment on Account from a Customer Qualifying for an Early Payment Discount

View Transaction List by Customer

Print Customer Balance Summary

Deposit Checks and Credit Cards Receipts for Cash Sales and Payments on Account

Record the Return of a Check Because of Nonsufficient Funds

Issue a Credit Memo and a Refund Check

Print the Journal

Print the Trial Balance

Customer Center

Back Up Your Name Sports

End-of-Chapter Questions

Chapter 6—Payables and Purchases: Merchandising Business

Accounting for Payables and Purchases

View the Reminders List to Determine Merchandise to Order

Purchase Orders

Verify Purchase Orders Active as a Company Preference

Customize Purchase Orders

Prepare Purchase Orders to Order Merchandise

Prepare a Purchase Order for More Than One Item

Prepare and Print a Purchase Orders QuickReport

Change Minimum Reorder Limits for an Item

View Effect of Reorder Point on Reminders List

View Stock Status by Item Inventory Report

Receiving Items Ordered

Record Receipt of Items Not Accompanied by a Bill

Verify That Purchase Order Is Marked Received in Full

Enter Receipt of a Bill for Items Already Received

Record Receipt of Items and a Bill

Edit a Purchase Order

Record a Partial Receipt of Merchandise Ordered

Close Purchase Order Manually

Enter a Credit from a Vendor

Make a Purchase Using a Credit Card

Pay for Inventory Items on Order Using a Credit Card

Enter Bills

Change Existing Vendors’ Terms

Enter a Bill Using the Accounts Payable Register

Edit a Transaction in the Accounts Payable Register

Preview and Print a QuickReport from the Accounts Payable Register

Prepare and Print Unpaid Bills Report

Paying Bills

Pay a Bill Qualifying for a Purchase Discount and Apply Credit as Part of Payment

Print Checks to Pay Bills

Pay Bills Using a Credit Card

Sales Tax

Print Sales Tax Liability Report

Paying Sales Tax

Voiding and Deleting Purchase Orders, Bills, Checks, and Credit Card Payments

Vendor Detail Center

End-of-Chapter Questions

Chapter 7—General Accounting and End-of-Period Procedures: Merchandising Business

General Accounting and End-of-Period Procedures

Change the Name of Existing Accounts in the Chart of Accounts

Make an Account Inactive

Delete an Existing Account from the Chart of Accounts

Fixed Asset Management

Adjustments for Accrual-Basis Accounting

View General Journal

Definition of a Partnership

Owner Withdrawals

Prepare Balance Sheet

Create an Individual Capital Account for Each Owner

Distribute Capital to Each Owner

Bank Reconciliation

View the Checking Account Register

Credit Card Reconciliation

Record an Adjustment to a Reconciliation

Undo a Previous Reconciliation, Delete an Adjustment, and Redo a Reconciliation

View the Journal

Prepare Trial Balance

Use QuickZoom in Trial Balance

Print the Trial Balance

Select Accrual Basis Reporting Preference

Print Standard Profit and Loss Statement

Adjustment to Transfer Net Income/Retained Earnings into Your Name, Capital, and Tim Bailey, Capital

Print Standard Balance Sheet

Close Drawing and Transfer into Owners’ Capital Accounts

Exporting Reports to Excel

Importing Data from Excel

End-of-Period Backup

Passwords

Set the Closing Date for the Period

Enter a Correction to a Closed Period

Inventory Adjustments

Adjust the Journal Entry for Net Income/Retained Earnings

Print Post-Closing Trial Balance

Print Post-Closing Profit and Loss Statement

Print Post-Closing Balance Sheet

Print Journal

End-of-Chapter Questions

Your Name Golf World Practice Set: Merchandising Business

Chapter 8—Payroll

Payroll

Payroll

Training Tutorial

Select a Payroll Option

Change Employee Information

Add a New Employee

View the Payroll Item List

Create Paychecks

Print Paychecks

View Checks, Make Corrections, and Print Checks Individually

Voiding and Deleting Checks

Payroll Summary Report

Prepare the Employee Earnings Summary Report

Payroll Liability Balances Report

Pay Taxes and Other Liabilities

Payroll Tax Forms

Optional: Transfer Payroll Tax Data for Form 941 to Excel

Print the Journal

End of Chapter Questions

Chapter 9—Computerizing a Manual Accounting System

Computerizing a Manual System

Company Profile: Your Name Movies & More

Create a New Company

The EasyStep Interview

Complete Company Information

Items List

Customer List

Vendor List

Chart of Accounts

Preferences

Accounting Preferences

Bills

Checking Preferences

Desktop View Preferences

Finance Charge Preferences

General Preferences

Integrated Applications Preferences

Items & Inventory Preferences

Jobs & Estimates Preferences

Payroll & Employees Preferences

Reminders Preferences

Reports & Graphs Preferences

Sales & Customers Preferences

Sales Tax Preferences

Send Forms Preferences

Service Connection Preferences

Spelling Preferences

Tax: 1099 Preferences

Time & Expenses Preferences

Payroll

Select a Payroll Option

General Notes on Payroll Setup

The Payroll Setup Interview

Begin the Payroll Setup

Company Section of the Payroll Setup

Employee Section of the Payroll Setup

Taxes Section of the Payroll Setup

Payroll History Section of the Payroll Setup

Print Payroll Item Listing

Adjusting Entries

End-of-Chapter Questions

Capital Books Practice Set: Comprehensive Problem

Appendix A: Introduction to Windows®—Screens, Terminology, and Disk Duplication

Introduction to Windows®

How to Use a Mouse

Mouse Terminology

Duplicating a Disk

How To Create A QuickBooks® Pro Backup File

How To Restore A QuickBooks® Pro Backup File

How to Close or Shut Down Windows®

Appendix B: QuickBooks Integration with Microsoft® Word and Excel

QuickBooks Letters

Exporting Reports to Excel

Importing Data from Excel

Microsoft® Outlook

Appendix C: QuickBooks® Features: Notes, Time Tracking, Job Costing and Tracking, and Price Levels

QuickBooks Notes

Tracking Time

Job Costing and Tracking

Sending Merchandise Using QuickBooks Shipping Manager

Price Levels

Appendix D: QuickBooks® Pro Online Features

Intuit and the Internet

QuickBooks® Pro Updates

Connecting to the Internet in QuickBooks® Pro

Access QuickBooks® Online Features

Online Banking and Payments

Online Backup Services

Direct Deposit

Google® Desktop and Marketing Tools

Index

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