2032-07 QB Hands On - Excercise Corrections - ZZeod


TOPIC "QBs Hands On" Exercise Corrections                                            ORIGINATED  July 25, 2002

TOPICAL OVERVIEW:  Updates, or corrections, to the 0079-20 link called "QBs-Hands On"  which provides Onliners with a Sample QuickBooks (TM) (QBs)  company and sample transactions that they process.

FILE: 2032-07                                                                                                              UPTDMarch 09, 2012

TO Bcidot.org: 

    I am working through your QBs-Hands-On exercises on your 0079-20.   See link below. 
In your journal entry for #20 you say "...credit acct 600 for $6,675. 00 more donations". I did that and my donations account was off.     You had instructed to set up acct # 401 as the donations account, so I think you probably should be saying to credit account 401 for $6,675 instead of account 600.


TO Onliner:
    Well, it worked.   Make an error and see if anybody catches it.   B(ig) G(rin)  !!!!!   Not Really, but it does show that you are certainly applying what I shared and hopefully now have a much better handle on a way to use QBs for Ministry Fund Accounting.
    Thank you for making this known!!!!
TO Bcidot.org:
    While we are at it, you need to also know the following:
In # 21 you have the user add a new account #140. There was already an account #140. My solution was to renumber the existing #140 to #139 and then add the new #140.

TO Onliner:     
    Oh my goodness !!!!  Thanx again !!  


          As most of you know, at  www.bcidot.org   dialog by email with Onliners regarding Ministry Finance (MinFin) matters.  Above are what we call "Edited Onliner Dialogs", or edited versions of actual dialogs with some of you;  but we have honored your privacy and not used your name or that of your Ministry.  Our purpose is to make topical MinFin information available to any interested  Ministry Finance Team  so we all can learn from these perspectives.   Thanx - Jim Bramer, Retired CPA  - Proverbs  9:10