Synopses & Reviews
Using the popular and user-friendly QuickBooks Pro 2001 accounting package, this hands-on, applications-rich book gives readers a basic knowledge of how computerized accounting systems function, and helps them develop confidence in recording business transactions using a real commercial program. It emphasizes QuickBooks' innovative approach to recording accounting transactions based on business forms, rather than the traditional journal format. The author provides firsthand training in working with actual accounting software used in business. Accounting concepts and their relation to QuickBooks are presented throughout. For individuals preparing for a career in accounting.
"Horne's hook is designed to teach a student who knows nothing about computerized accounting how to use the software. . . . The strengths are its explanations and step-by-step procedures." Alan D. Pearlman, Computer Education Institute
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Computers and QuickBooks® Pro.
2. Sales and Receivables: Service Business.
3. Payables and Purchases: Service Business.
4. General Accounting and End-of-Period Procedures: Service Business.
At Your Service Practice Set: Service Business and Payroll.
Appendix A: Introduction to Windows®: Screens, Terminology, and Disk Duplication.