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The latest textbook offering from two of the most prolific writers in the computer accounting field provides concise and comprehensive instruction on how to use new accounting software from Microsoft in conjunction with Microsoft Office applications. The directions are interesting and easy-to-use, and are supported by in-depth analysis of up-to-date business situations and reports. Yacht and Crosson have simplified the installation process so students are ready to start working with the software in as short a time as possible. Students learn how to harness the power of Microsoft Office to link data between applications, leveraging reports and analysis opportunities and reducing errors.
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About the Author
Susan V. Crosson is Professor and Coordinator of Accounting at Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville, FL. She previously taught on the faculties of University of Florida, Washington University in St. Louis, University of Oklahoma, Johnson County Community College, and Kansas City Kansas Community College. Susan is known for her innovative application of pedagogical strategies online and in the classroom. She likes to speak and write on the effective use of technology throughout the accounting curriculum. Susan is co-author of several accounting textbooks including the Computer Accounting Essentials series.
Susan serves on the AICPA’s Pre-certification Education Executive Committee and on the Accounting Careers and Members in Education committee for the Florida Institute of CPAs. She is active in the American Accounting Association and has served it as a Vice President of Sections and Regions, Chair of the Membership Committee, Council Member-at-large, and Chair of the Two-Year Accounting Section. Susan has received the Outstanding Educator Award and Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Accounting Association's Two Year College Section, the Florida Association of Community Colleges Professor of the Year Award for Instructional Excellence and University of Oklahoma's Halliburton Education Award for Excellence. Susan earned her Master of Science in Accounting from Texas Tech University and her undergraduate degree in accounting and economics from Southern Methodist University. She is a CPA.
Table of Contents
PART 1: EXPLORING MICROSOFT OFFICE ACCOUNTING
Chapter 2: Customers & Receivables
Chapter 3: Vendors & Payables
Chapter 4: Employees & Payroll
Chapter 5: Banking
Chapter 6: Company & Financial
Chapter 7: Fabrikam, Inc.-A Service Company
PART 2: SMALL BUSINESS ACCOUNTING FOR SERVICE BUSINESSES
Chapter 8: Maintaining Accounting Records for Service Businesses
Chapter 9: Completing Quarterly Activities & Closing the Fiscal Year
Project 1: Fargo Medical Center, Inc.
Project 2: Student-Designed Service Business
PART 3: SMALL BUSINESS ACCOUNTING FOR MERCHANDISING BUSINESSES
Chapter 10: Vendors and Inventory
Chapter 11: Acquisition and Payments
Chapter 12: Sales and Collections
Chapter 13: Banking and Financial Reports
Project 3: Neymark's Sporting Goods
Project 4: Student-Designed Merchandising Business
PART 4: ADVANCED MICROSOFT OFFICE ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS
Chapter 14: Microsoft Office Accounting Tools and Controls
Chapter 15: Integration with Microsoft Office: Excel and Word
Project 5: Student-Designed Project
Appendix A: Troubleshooting
Appendix B: Review of Accounting Principles
Timetable for Completion