What is PowerPoint?
PowerPoint 2010 is a visual and graphical application, primarily used for creating presentations. With PowerPoint, you can create, view, and present slide shows that combine text, shapes, pictures, graphs, animation, charts, videos, and much more. Continue reading “Fundamental of PowerPoint 2010”
In Word, you can create a TOC based on a portion of the text in a paragraph without including the whole paragraph. You can mark text by using the Lead-in Emphasis feature with heading styles to include the text in a TOC.
To insert a table of contents, follow these steps:
- Start Word, and then open your document.
- Click an empty paragraph where you want to insert the TOC.
- On the Insert menu, point to Reference, and then click Index and Tables.
Note In Microsoft Office Word 2007 or in Word 2010, click Table of Contents in the Table of Contents group on the References tab. Then, click Insert Table of Contents. Continue reading “Creating Table of Content”
Adjusting entries are usually made on the last day of an accounting period (year, quarter, month) so that the financial statements reflect the revenues that have been earned and the expenses that were incurred during the accounting period.
Sometimes an adjusting entry is needed because:
- revenue has been earned, but it has not yet been recorded.
- an expense may have been incurred, but it hasn’t yet been recorded.
Continue reading “What are Adjusting Entries?”
Why Transactions Are Recorded
Have you ever forgotten to record a check in your checking account register? I sure have. It wasn’t a huge mistake on my part, but can you imagine what it would be for a business? Not recording something in the right place could significantly affect the financial statements for the business. That’s why it’s so important to record each and every business transaction that occurs in a business.
Transactions and Double-Entry Accounting
I am sure that you already know what a transaction is, but even so, let me refresh you on the concept. A transaction is an event that occurs in a business that changes the balance of at least two accounts. Continue reading “Principles of Accounting: Recording Transactions”
Add columns to part of a document
- Select the text you want formatted in columns, or place your cursor where you want columns to begin.
- On the Page Layout tab, in the Page Setup group, click Columns.
- Click More Columns.
- Click the number of columns that you want.
- In the Apply to list, click Selected text or This point forward.
Continue reading “How to Create Newspaper Column in MS Word”