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QuickBooks 2009 on Demand by Laura Madeira, CPA Gail Perry

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Chapter 8. Job Cost Estimating and Tracking

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Set Jobs and Estimate Preferences

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Set Up a Job

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Use the Job Status Feature

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Use the Job Type Feature

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Use the Job Dates Feature

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Use the Job Description Feature

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Create an Estimate

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Invoice Against an Estimate

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Revise Estimates

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Create a Work in Progress Report

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If you use one of the QuickBooks versions that contains the job cost estimating feature, you can create estimates for your work and track income and expenses on a job-by-job basis. ...

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