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QuickBooks workshops offered this month

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From page A6 | September 8, 2011 |

Several QuickBooks workshops will be presented this month at the Small Business Development Center, 1410 Ethan Way, Sacramento. Sessions all run from 9 a.m. to noon and cost $40.

“Beginning QuickBooks Part 1 — Setup” will take place on Thursday, Sept. 15. This workshop will teach participants how to create and customize a chart of accounts, enter and pay bills, use the check register, apply payments, make deposits, and reconcile bank statements.

“Beginning QuickBooks Part 2 — Data Entry” is set on Tuesday, Sept. 20. 
This workshop covers how to fill out sales forms, memorize transactions, record customer payments, record deposits, enter bills, use accounts payable, pay bills write checks, use registers, transfer money between accounts and reconcile bank accounts.

“QuickBooks Reports and Forms” completes the series on Tuesday, Sept. 27. This class breaks away from the standard reports provided by QuickBooks and teaches how to modify them so they are more meaningful for your business. Take it a step further and export to Microsoft Excel for further modification. Participants will learn how to group memorized reports so “running end-of-the-month reports are a breeze,” and how to customize forms to give them a professional look that reflects your style.

To sign up for classes, or for more information, visit www.sbdc.net, call (916) 563-3210 or email info@sbdc.net.

Enterprise staff

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