Press Release: January 24, 2006
QuickBooks 2006: The Missing Manual: Boost Sales and Save Money with Quickbooks 2006
Sebastopol, CA--The much lauded and widely used QuickBooks, is a truly amazing program. Once mastered, it helps you take control of your company's financial future. It can help you boost sales, control spending, and save on taxes--once you've mastered the program. Intuit's QuickBooks program is complex and multi-faceted, but it doesn't come with a printed manual. Users are faced with the challenge of learning the ins and outs on their own. A printed manual is a must indeed.
QuickBooks 2006: The Missing Manual (Biafore, Pogue Press/O'Reilly, $29.99 US) speeds up the process of getting up and running. Step-by-step instructions in clear, often humorous, language lead you through the intricacies of the QuickBooks program. Highlights of this must-have guide's comprehensive coverage include:
Biafore also introduces features new to QuickBooks 2006, including:
Throughout the book, the author evaluates features to help you decide which ones are the most useful for you and when to use them.
First-time QuickBooks users and veterans upgrading from earlier editions will find "QuickBooks 2006: The Missing Manual" extremely useful. Beginners should take note of "Up to Speed" boxes that supply important introductory information, while more experienced users will garner technical tips, tricks and shortcuts from "Power Users' Clinic" sidebars. You'll be amazed to discover how much easier and user-friendly--and quicker--this top-notch business accounting and management program is when you have QuickBooks 2006: The Missing Manual at your side.
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