Using Quicken 5 for Windows
Geared toward the rapidly expanding home office user, this book offers complete coverage of all of Quicken's features and capabilities, with special emphasis on how to best use Quicken to manage your small business.
-- Presents better ways of organizing finances
-- Shows how to run "what-if" scenarios for loans, refinancing, investments, and saving for college and/or retirement
-- Special coverage of income tax filing and planning, using Quicken online for investing, banking, and other transactions
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O o o Introduction
Getting Started with Quicken
Its time to quit
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account balance Account List account register Account selection bar Accts alignment asset account assign automatic teller machines balance your account bank account budget amounts Budget window button bar calculator calendar Cancel cash Category & Transfer Category field Chapter check number checkbook checking account choose click OK Create credit card account dialog box drop-down list EasyStep Edit enter a transaction figure Financial Address Book forecast going graph Help Here's HomeBase icon iconbar income and expenses investment account last bank statement liability account loan payment memo memorized transaction mouse Mutual Fund on-screen online banking option password payee print checks Quick key Quicken automatically Quicken displays Quicken enters Quicken file QuickFill QuickTabs record savings goal Scheduled Transaction screen Setup window split transaction subcategory supercategories tell Quicken tion track Transaction List Transfer List TurboTax window see fig Windows 3.1 Windows 95 Write Checks window