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Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 Focus on Internal Controls

ISBN-10: 0136098045
ISBN-13: 9780136098041
Edition: 2nd 2009
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Description: Brunsdon, Romney, and Steinbart have once again teamed up to expand readerrsquo;s skills of accounting information systems beyond typical reporting and basic transaction posting by placing them in the pilot seat of Microsoft Great Plains. INSTALLING  More...

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Book details

List price: $85.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 1/23/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 600
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.750
Language: English

Brunsdon, Romney, and Steinbart have once again teamed up to expand readerrsquo;s skills of accounting information systems beyond typical reporting and basic transaction posting by placing them in the pilot seat of Microsoft Great Plains. INSTALLING AND USING DYNAMICS GP ; THE S&S COMPANY DATABASE; INTERNAL CONTROLS AND GP SECURITY; INVENTORY CONTROL SERIES; REVENUE CYCLE AND GP SALES SERIES; EXPENDITURE CYCLE AND GP PURCHASING SERIES; PAYROLL CYCLE AND GP PAYROLL SERIES; FINANCIAL REPORTING AND GP FINANCIAL SERIES MARKET: This text is designed to illustrate the practical applications of the theories in an accounting information systems course by encouraging readers to experience the software ldquo;hands onrdquo;. In conjunction with the materials found in an accounting information systems text such as,Accounting Information Systemsby Marshall B. Romney and Paul John Steinbart, this method of Great Plains training will help you cement a solid foundation of accounting software skills.

Preface I
Installing and Using Dynamics
GP Chapter Overview
Hardware and Operating Software Requirements Installing Dynamics
GP Copy Sample Databases to the Computer Attaching Databases to GP
GP Series Covered in the Text Backing Up and Restoring Databases Exiting GP and Unloading
Databases Returning to GP Company Background
Introduction to the Interface System Date
Field Lookup Windows, Hyperlinks, and Dropdown
Lists Toolbar Shortcuts Financial Accounts Transactions Running Reports Setting User Preferences
Accounting Software and Company Objectives
Software Licensing and "Rights of Use" Level One Questions Level Two Questions
The s&s Company Database
Chapter Overview
General Ledger Account Framework
General Ledger Account Types
General Ledger Trial Balance Company Fiscal
Periods Payment Terms, Shipping Methods, and Bank Accounts SmartList
Database Management System (DBMS)
Series Integration REA Data Model
Master, Transaction, and Linking Tables Level One Questions Level Two Questions
Internal Controls and GP Security
Chapter Overview
Security Installed During GP
Installation Posting Setup Controls The Audit Trail Activity Tracking Log
System Manager Security
Predefined Security
Roles Implementing Security
Security Reporting Level One Exercises

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