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QuickBooks 2017 All-In-One For Dummies by Stephen L. Nelson

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Chapter 1

For Accountants Only

IN THIS CHAPTER

check Managing QuickBooks journal entries

check Keeping company information up to date

check Handling memorized transactions

check Working with Accountant & Taxes reports

check Making an Accountant’s Copy of the QuickBooks data file

check Issuing client data review commands

In this short chapter, I want to quickly go over stuff that accountants need or want to know. Because I assume that you’re an accountant, I go a little faster here than I do in other chapters of this book. Also, I don’t provide blow-by-blow instructions for working with the windows and dialog boxes that this chapter discusses.

If you find yourself just a wee bit frustrated with me at this point, go ahead and peruse the paragraphs of this chapter — keeping in mind that what I discuss in this chapter is pretty advanced accounting stuff. You don’t want to do the things that this chapter talks about unless ...

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