Accounting departments from small firms to mid-sized corporations have been using QuickBooks accounting for many years because of its user friendly flexibility, specialized accounting packages for different types of businesses, and ability to seamlessly share data.
QuickBooks recently introduced their latest 2014 upgrade. This is the first major update since 2007. While many of the changes are aesthetic, there are also quite a few general feature improvements, making an already simplified program much easier to learn and use.
Labyrinth Learning offers a QuickBooks 2014 webinar dedicated to helping your students get the most out of this new and exciting update. Author and editor Trish Conlon brings a laundry list of innovative tips and valuable insights, which will greatly benefit all instructors who are teaching college accounting classes.
QuickBooks 2014 has included changes to email, enhancements to job costing, updated synchronization with banking applications, and real-time information consolidation. These are only a few of the fantastic new features students will be expected to learn during a course on QuickBooks 2014. This Labyrinth Learning teaching aid includes assignments that can easily be uploaded to eLab for real time grading and immediate feedback.
Dates and times for our upcoming QuickBooks 2014 webinar will be announced soon. Please check back for more information or for assistance on this webinar or any of our additional online teaching tools. Contact us today at Labyrinth Learning for more information about our resources.
We admit, it’s almost impossible for any software user to learn every single feature, or trick, at first! That’s why it’s so important for students and professionals to continue their learning process by taking higher level computer classes and refreshers. Longtime QuickBook users can be as delighted as a child opening a present when they’re reminded or exposed to often overlooked features that make their job a little easier.
Here are some overlooked features that will help your students learn QuickBooks Pro a little better.
Custom customer editing. Sometimes, we need to insert information about a customer that’s not already preset in the QuickBooks Customer Field. You can click “Additional Information,” and then “Define Fields,” to add the information quickly.
Multiple customer invoicing. There are times when you just need to move the invoicing process along at a quicker pace. One way to accomplish this is by clicking “Create Batch Invoices” within the “Customers” menu. This function lets you set up invoices for multiple clients at a time.
Import credit card activity. Tired of manually inputting all of the credit card activity? Even the most accurate of accountants is bound to make a mistake once in a while. Click, “Enter Credit Card Changes” in the Banking menu, and then select “Download Credit Card Charges.”
Microsoft and QuickBooks offer certification programs that validate comprehensive knowledge of the materials. The Microsoft Office Specialist certification is globally recognized as “the premiere credential chosen by individuals seeking to validate their knowledge, skills and abilities relating to the Microsoft Office application suite.”
Several Labyrinth Learning textbooks are approved courseware for the Microsoft and QuickBooks exams. For more information, please visit our website and look at our Excel and QuickBooks texts.