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Sage 50 Accounts level 1

Sage 50 level 1 Beginners Course
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* Course based on NEW version V19 2013*

Beginners Course for Sage 50 Accounts Professional

Training pack includes:


Chapter 1 ~ Before You Start
Installation of Exercise Files
Default course folder for exercise files
Re-installing exercise files
Alternative installations for multi-user environments
Using personalised course folders
Using a diskette

Chapter 2 ~ Working with Sage Line 50

Windows versions
Different Sage Line 50 versions
Avoiding the loss of data from a ‘live’ version of Sage Line 50
Working with Sage Line 50 as a single user
Working with Sage Line 50 in a shared environment
with multiple users
Working through the chapters
Course aims

Chapter 3 ~ Program Basics

Starting Sage Line 50
The ActiveSetup Wizard
Entering a password
The Tip of the Day dialog box
The main program window
Modules, windows and views
Multiple windows
Views
Toolbar buttons, tasks and links
Getting help
Exiting Sage Line 50
Summary ~ Program Basics

Chapter 4 ~ Getting Started

Restoring data for the first time
Setting the financial year
Backing up for the first time
Summary ~ Getting Started

Chapter 5 ~ Account Names & Numbers

Debit and credit
Double entry book-keeping
Viewing the accounts list
Printing the current list
Viewing and printing Nominal List report
Account ranges
Transactions and double entry
Changing account names
Control accounts
Summary ~ Account Names & Numbers

Chapter 6 ~ Bank Receipts

Entering a bank receipt
Saving a transaction
Summary ~ Bank Receipts

Chapter 7 ~ Bank Payments

Bank payments
Entering bank payments
Summary ~ Bank Payments

Chapter 8 ~ Financials

The financial state of the company
The Trial Balance report
The Profit and Loss report
The Balance Sheet
Summary ~ Financials

Chapter 9 ~ Customers

The Customers module
Entering a new customer
The Customer Record Wizard
Adding more customers
About selecting customers
Editing customer details
Changing the address details
Agreeing terms
Customer delivery addresses
Customer address lists
Summary ~ Customers

Chapter 10 ~ Suppliers

Supplier details
Editing the supplier record
Summary ~ Suppliers

Chapter 11 ~ Service Invoices

The Invoice window
Service invoices
Create a service invoice
Entering order information
Footer and payment details
Printing invoices
Updating ledgers
Viewing customer and invoice information
The Customers list
The Customer Dashboard
The Invoicing window
Re-printing the invoice
Summary ~ Service Invoices

Chapter 12 ~ Products

Products
Adding new products
The Product Record window
Non-Stock and Service items
Summary ~ Products

Chapter 13 ~ Stock Control

Stock adjustments in
Stock adjustments out
Stock returns
Product activity
Stocktaking
Re-order levels
The Product Dashboard
Summary ~ Stock Control

Chapter 14 ~ Product Invoices

Product invoices
Sales details
Giving discounts
Order details
Footer and payment details
Adding an invoice with a customer delivery address
Adding a further invoice
Mix and match invoicing
Printing the invoices
Changing an invoice
Adding carriage charges
Updating the ledgers
Adjustments in
Summary ~ Product Invoices

Chapter 15 ~ Product Credit Notes
Product credit notes
Summary ~ Product Credit Notes

Chapter 16 ~ Reviewing your Accounts

The financial state of your company

Chapter 17 ~ Sending Statements

Customer Dashboard
Account balances
Aged debtors analysis
Statements
Summary ~ Sending Statements

Chapter 18 ~ Customer Receipts

Customer receipts
Automatic allocation of receipts
Manual allocation of receipts
Partial allocation of receipts
Giving a discount
Payments on account
Summary ~ Customer Receipts

Chapter 19 ~ Customer Activity

Customer activity
Summary ~ Customer Activity

Chapter 20 ~ Purchase Invoices

Supplier details
Batch invoices
Supplier account balances
Summary ~ Purchase Invoices

Chapter 21 ~ Supplier Payments

Payments to suppliers
Making a payment
Printing remittance advice notes
Printing cheques
Supplier activity
Summary ~ Supplier Payments

Chapter 22 ~ More about the Nominal Ledger

Journal entries
Nominal code activity
Nominal Ledger Graph
Nominal records
Summary ~ More about the Nominal Ledger

Chapter 23 ~ More about Bank Accounts

Bank transfers
Combined payments
Printing cheques via the Bank Payments window
Petty cash transactions
Summary ~ More about Bank Accounts

Chapter 24 ~ Bank Reconciliation

Bank reconciliation
Grouping bank transactions
Reconciling your bank account
Add an adjustment
Summary ~ Bank Reconciliation

Chapter 25 ~ Recurring Entries

What are recurring entries?
Adding new recurring entries
Adding a receipt
Adding journal credits and debits recurring entries
Setting up a bank transfer recurring entry
Editing an entry
A recurring entry processed weekly
Processing recurring entries
Suspending postings
Deleting recurring entries
Summary ~ Recurring Entries

Chapter 26 ~ VAT Returns

Notes on VAT returns
Producing a VAT return
Printing the VAT return
Reconciling the VAT transactions
Updating the VAT account references
Using the VAT Liability Transfer Wizard
Paying the VAT
Summary ~ VAT Returns

Chapter 27 ~ Reports & Information

Information
The Audit Trail
The Period Trial Balance report
The Profit & Loss report
The Balance Sheet report

Reports


Appendix


Duration:
On average this course will take between 10 and 15 hours to complete

NB - Software not compatible with macs

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