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QuickBooks® 2012 For Dummies®, UK Edition by Loredana Stroup, Stephen L. Nelson

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Chapter 3

Populating QuickBooks Lists

In This Chapter

arrow Adding items to the Item list

arrow Adding new customers and jobs

arrow Adding new suppliers

arrow Understanding and using the other lists

arrow Organising, printing, and exporting lists

arrow Dealing with the Chart of Accounts list

The QuickBooks Setup process (which we discuss at some length in Chapter 2) doesn’t actually get QuickBooks completely ready to use. You also need to enter additional information about your products, employees, customers, and suppliers (and a handful of other items) into lists. In this chapter, we describe how you create and work with these lists. We also describe how you clean up some of the accounting messiness created when you enter information into these lists.

The Magic and Mystery of Items

The first QuickBooks list you need to finish setting up is the Item list – the list of stuff you buy and sell. Before you start adding to ...

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