creating business templates that will record payments, etc.


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sparkync

I'm new to Micro Soft Word. I'm use to using Quick Books where I can put in
a transaction, and it automatically records and adds the transactions. I
know it must be possible also here in Micro Soft Word, but I just can't seem
to find it right now. Wonder if someone can point me in the right direction?
Thanks a lot
 
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MS: Brady Sondreal

Hello,

Thank you for posting your question in the Microsoft Office Small Business
Accounting newsgroup.

Are you looking for a solution to be delivered in Small Business Accounting
or are you looking for a solution in Microsoft Word?

SBA does allow you to enter bills and customer transactions which are
posted to the General Ledger. For more information on SBA check out
sba.microsoft.com.

Thank you,

Brady Sondreal
Microsoft Online Support Engineer

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Subject: creating business templates that will record payments, etc.
Date: Mon, 4 Jul 2005 16:51:03 -0700

I'm new to Micro Soft Word. I'm use to using Quick Books where I can put
in a transaction, and it automatically records and adds the transactions.
I know it must be possible also here in Micro Soft Word, but I just can't
seem to find it right now. Wonder if someone can point me in the right
direction?

Thanks a lot
 

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