Using QuickBooks 2010

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QuickBooks 2010 Calculation and Editing Tricks

If the selection cursor is in an amount field in QuickBooks 2010, you can use these symbol keys to make calculations: [more…]

Right-Click for Common QuickBooks 2010 Tasks

To perform a common QuickBooks 2010 task related to a window, right-click to display a shortcut menu. In a register, select and right-click a specific transaction; in a list, right-click an item; in a [more…]

QuickBooks 2010 User Interface Tricks

Here are some techniques that you can use to more quickly navigate the QuickBooks 2010 software: [more…]

QuickBooks 2010 Keyboard Shortcuts

Use the QuickBooks 2010 keyboard shortcuts shown in the following table to make your day-to-day small business accounting easier and faster: [more…]

How to Use QuickBooks 2010 to Bill a Customer for Time

QuickBooks 2010 supplies two methods for tracking the time spent that you plan to bill on an invoice as an item. To track your billable time, you can use the weekly time sheet, or you can time or record [more…]

How to Record a Sales Receipt with QuickBooks 2010

QuickBooks 2010 allows you to create a sales receipt when a customer buys an item without the need for an invoice. A sales receipt looks very, very similar to an invoice. However, it doesn’t include shipping [more…]

How to Record Credit Memos in QuickBooks 2010

Credit memos show when a customer no longer owes you money or when you owe a customer money. QuickBooks 2010 allows you to record credit memos, which may occur because your customer returns items or you [more…]

How to Record Customer Payments in QuickBooks 2010

QuickBooks 2010 makes recording customer payments easy. When a customer pays an invoice that you've previously sent, you can record that payment in QuickBooks by using the Receive Payments window. [more…]

How to Invoice a Customer with QuickBooks 2010

To invoice a customer by using QuickBooks 2010, you need to identify the customer and specify the amount that the customer owes in the Create Invoices window. [more…]

QuickBooks Date Changes

Want to enter or change a date in a QuickBooks entry? Entering and editing the date in QuickBooks is quick and easy when you use these very handy QuickBooks keyboard shortcuts. [more…]

QuickBooks Everyday Shortcuts

QuickBooks features many keyboard shortcuts that allow you to open, close, save and work with documents in a flash. The following shortcuts make working with QuickBooks even faster and easier: [more…]

QuickBooks Keyboard Combination Trade Secrets

The following table of QuickBooks keyboard shortcuts shows you how to quickly and easily access useful information and commands, as well as closing and opening QuickBooks: [more…]

Moving Around in QuickBooks with Keyboard Shortcuts

Every QuickBooks command includes an underlined letter. To execute a command in QuickBooks, press the Alt key followed by the relevant letter. Here are some examples: [more…]

Fast Editing with QuickBooks Keystrokes

When you’re working with QuickBooks you’ll want to edit your files. One of the great features of QuickBooks is these keyboard shortcuts, which will help you fly through your bookkeeping. [more…]

QuickBooks QBi For Dummies Cheat Sheet

QuickBooks allows you to spend less time on bookkeeping and more time on your business. By using shortcuts you’ll move through your accounting even faster and more easily. [more…]

How to Enter a Bill in QuickBooks 2010

If you told QuickBooks during the setup process that you want to track unpaid bills, also known as accounts payable, you can enter bills when you receive them. While you do, QuickBooks keeps track of the [more…]

How to Pay a Bill with QuickBooks 2010

If you use QuickBooks 2010 to keep track of the bills that you owe, you tell QuickBooks to display a list of these unpaid bills that you’ve already recorded — and then you pick and choose which bills QuickBooks [more…]

How to Adjust Inventory in QuickBooks 2010

You can store inventory numbers in QuickBooks 2010. In order to record changes to inventory, you periodically physically count your inventory and then adjust your QuickBooks records with the results of [more…]

How to Record Manufacturing Firm Inventory in QuickBooks 2010

Tracking inventory in a manufacturing firm is more difficult than in other types of businesses. QuickBooks 2010 Premier solves the problem of combining a manufacturer's raw materials items into finished [more…]

How to Write Checks in QuickBooks 2010

QuickBooks 2010 includes a command and a window specifically for the purpose of recording and possibly printing checks. You can write checks within QuickBooks, recording the withdrawal information in the [more…]

How to Make Bank Deposits through QuickBooks 2010

QuickBooks 2010 supplies a command and window for recording bank deposits. You can even have QuickBooks give you cash back for the deposit you make. [more…]

How to Record Register Transactions in QuickBooks 2010

In QuickBooks 2010, you can record checks, deposits, and account transfers by using the Register window. The Register window looks like the regular paper register that you use to keep track of transactions [more…]

How to Use QuickBooks 2010's Register Window

QuickBooks 2010's Register window provides several buttons and boxes to enable you to more easily work with the Register window and control the way it looks: [more…]

How to Reconcile a Bank Account in QuickBooks 2010

You can balance (or reconcile) a bank account with surprising speed in QuickBooks 2010. QuickBooks provides you with a handy dialog box that allows you to match your account records with your bank's records [more…]

How to Edit a QuickBooks 2010 Budget

You can make adjustments to a QuickBooks 2010 budget that you've created. QuickBooks allows you to change the amounts you want to budget for each account that you've included. [more…]


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