Presentation on theme: "General Ledger Client Write-Up Our General Ledger Write-Up system is a sophisticated program, designed specifically for accounting ad bookkeeping professionals."— Presentation transcript:
General Ledger Client Write-Up Our General Ledger Write-Up system is a sophisticated program, designed specifically for accounting ad bookkeeping professionals. The system is designed to achieve optimum efficiency ad productivity for you and your staff. Simplicity of operation makes the program easy to learn, easy to use and very fast.
After the easy to use installation menu you will see the General Ledger Client Write-Up main menu.
When you are starting a new client the General Ledger system will detect this and bring you to create the Client Set-Up (Parameter) file as the first step.
You control all descriptions on financial statements such as: Titles, Account descriptions and text at page bottom.
The data is stored on the drive of your choice, so you can keep the data on a local or network drive or on removable media like a floppy or memory card. But the information is always under your control, it never has to leave your office computers.
On this screen you enter the location of the data files for the np Systems Payroll and SalesTax Programs; along with the name you use for these programs. These names can be the same as the Write-Up name.
Flexible Chart of Accounts which can be easily set-up to meet the needs of your clients.
Once you have chosen a Journal files the Journal Entry screen will appear. Each of the journals has a build in default transaction type (credit or debit).
Input methods designed to facilitate the easy collection of information from fast input of client data. Entry screen lets you see the last four transactions, keep a running balance of the entered transactions and lets you view/modify any transaction in the entered batch.
Complete audit trail from source journal automatically produced.
Once you have posted the transactions to the journal you can print the entries from the Main Menu.