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Sage 50 Accounts level 2

Sage 50 Accounts Level 2 Intermediate Course Home Study
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* Course based on NEW version V19 2013*

Intermediate 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

Microsoft® 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 or in a shared
environment with multiple users?
Working through the chapters

Chapter 3 ~ Getting Started

Starting Sage Line 50
The ActiveSetup Wizard
Entering a password
The Tip of the Day dialog box
Restoring data for the first time
Setting the financial year
Backing up for the first time
Summary ~ Getting Started

Chapter 4 ~ Prepayments & Accruals

What are prepayments and accruals?
Prepayments
Accruals
Setting up prepayments
Entering the original invoices
Entering prepayments
Setting up accruals
Entering accruals
Processing prepayments and accruals
Which transactions were posted?
Deleting prepayments and accruals
Summary ~ Prepayments & Accruals

Chapter 5 ~ Fixed Assets & Depreciation

What are fixed assets?
Depreciation methods
Straight line depreciation
Reducing balance depreciation
Entering a new fixed asset
Entering the original purchase invoice
Entering the asset details
Entering an existing asset
Depreciating assets
Asset valuation
Asset reports
Writing off an asset
Using the Fixed Asset Disposal Wizard
Summary ~ Fixed Assets & Depreciation

Chapter 6 ~ Delivery Addresses

Delivery addresses
Adding delivery addresses
Adding multiple company delivery addresses
Setting the invoice and order defaults for delivery addresses
Editing a customer delivery address
Deleting a customer delivery address
Summary ~ Delivery Addresses

Chapter 7 ~ Entering Purchase Orders

Purchase order processing
The Purchase Order Processing window
Entering a purchase order for product items
Save, discard, print & complete
Entering a non-product purchase order
Entering long descriptions
Changing the company delivery address
Summary ~ Entering Purchase Orders

Chapter 8 ~ Purchase Order Skeletons

What is a purchase order skeleton?
Creating a purchase order skeleton
Using a non-recurring purchase order skeleton
Summary ~ Purchase Order Skeletons

Chapter 9 ~ Processing Purchase Orders

Printing purchase orders
Putting purchase orders ‘on order’
Deliveries
Deliver - complete deliveries
GRN - Goods Received Notes
Amending deliveries
Recording a part-delivery
Completing a partly delivered order
Cancelling orders
Changes made to the accounts data
Creating purchase invoices from purchase orders
Purchase order reports
Deleting orders
Summary ~ Processing Purchase Orders

Chapter 10 ~ Product Records & Purchase Orders

Product records
Cost price and re-order quantities
Entering a purchase order
Summary ~ Product Records & Purchase Orders

Chapter 11 ~ BOMs & Product Transfers

What are BOMs?
Links & levels
Setting up and processing BOMs
Case studies
Case 1 - CDKIT
Duplicating product records
Case 2 - WINXPINSTTR
Case 3 - WINXPSPECIAL
Checking availability of components
Stock transfers
Not enough components in stock
Transfers with sub-assemblies
Cancelling stock transfers
Product reports
Summary ~ BOMs & Product Transfers

Chapter 12 ~ Product Pricing Options

Pricing options
Setting a special customer price
Setting special customer prices for MSNATKEY
Removing a special customer price
Creating customer price lists
Changing a cost price
Moving a customer from one price list to another
Deleting price lists
Price list reports
Summary ~ Product Pricing Options

Chapter 13 ~ Entering Sales Orders

Sales order processing
The Sales Order Processing window
Sales order - product items
Adding carriage and settlement terms
Save, discard, print & complete
Multiple line sales orders, discounts, goods not in stock
Non-product sales orders
Summary ~ Entering Sales Orders
Chapter 14 ~ Recurring Sales Order Skeletons
Sales order skeletons
Creating a sales order skeleton
Editing a sales order skeleton
Processing a recurring sales order skeleton
Editing the frequency of a recurring sales order
Deleting a sales order skeleton
Summary ~ Recurring Sales Order Skeletons

Chapter 15 ~ Processing Sales Orders

About sales order processing
Printing sales orders
Allocating stock
Using the ShortFall Generator
Sales order reports
Recording despatches
Changing a sales order
Manual processing
Partly allocated orders
Cancel, hold and unallocate
Deleting orders
Summary ~ Processing Sales Orders

Chapter 16 ~ More about Sales Invoices

Checking sales invoices
Payment details
Printing invoices
Updating ledgers
Summary ~ More about Sales Invoices

Chapter 17 ~ Credit Control

Credit control basics

Chapter 18 ~ Using the Search Option

The Customers window
Using the Search option
And or Or conditions
Finishing the Expression Wizard
Saving the search definition
Opening the search file
Summary ~ Using the Search Option

Chapter 19 ~ Statements & Account Letters

Sending statements
Accounts letters
Disputed invoices
Setting up dispute reasons in the Configuration Editor
Applying the dispute details to the sales invoice
Summary ~ Statements & Account Letters

Chapter 20 ~ Customer Refunds

Entering the overpayment
Checking the customer activity
Processing the customer refund
Printing the cheque
Checking the customer balance
Summary ~ Customer Refunds

Chapter 21 ~ Late Payment Legislation

What is the late payment legislation?
Setting up your system for late payment charges
Setting up the Credit Charges control account
Setting up the interest rate
Setting the customer record for credit charges
Adding an invoice
Charging customers for late payment
Using the Credit Charges Wizard
Summary ~ Late Payment Legislation

Chapter 22 ~ Writing Off Bad Debts

Writing off bad debts
Summary ~ Writing Off Bad Debts

Chapter 23 ~ The Sage Task Manager

Opening the Sage Task Manager
Entering tasks
Marking tasks as complete
Deleting tasks
Closing the Sage Task Manager
Summary ~ The Sage Task Manager

Chapter 24 ~ Paying Bills using the Sage Task Manager

Entering bills into the Sage Task Manager
Paying bills using the Sage Task Manager
Summary ~ Paying Bills using the Sage Task Manager

Chapter 25 ~ Cash Flow Forecasting

Showing the Cash Flow window
Change the forecast period
Include and exclude sales and purchases
Add additional information
Include and exclude bank accounts
Print the cash flow forecast
View the cash flow graph
Appendix A ~ The ActiveSetup Wizard

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

NB - Software not compatible with macs

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