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Material Coding and Barcoding… In the Material Register form (path – purchase register > materials > ADD) you will find field in the name of Category. when you determine a code for an item, it should be in such a way that it is identifiable with…

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Recording Incomes and Expenses… On clicking the LEDGER button on the Keyboard, the GENERAL LEDGERS form opens, Expenses and other Incomes related to the business are recorded and accounted through this form. Enter the date of the transaction in the box…

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Adding a New User and Access Control… On clicking the ADMIN button on the Keyboard, the ADMINISTRATION form opens, this is the form where new user accounts are created, click on ADD USER and fill in the required fields to add new user. Existing Users…

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Looking for User Name and Password?… Select User Name as “Admin” and type Password “12345”, Do not forget to change Admin Password before actual use. <Video Start> <Video Ends> Note: it is highly recommended that users change the default…

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Generating Statements and Reports… On clicking the STATEMENT button on the Keyboard, the STATEMENTS & REPORTS form opens, This form contains a variety of financial and accounting reports which can be accessed by clicking on their respective buttons;…

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Registering a Purchase… After Downloading, Installing and Launching the Software and Loging in with the Admin Password of 12345 you will reach the Keyboard, On the Keyboard clicking the PURCHASE button will open the PURCHASE REGISTER, This form serves…

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Part 1 - Software Install Instructions http://shopbook.co/tutorial/install-instructions Part 2 - Login and Password http://shopbook.co/tutorial/user-name-and-password Part 3 - Adding Users and Business Setup…

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Use of Control (Ctrl) + Navigation Keys and other Keyboard Shortcuts… Most users who are not familiar with system keyboard shortcuts would use the mouse to click on the arrow on the right side of the Combo box to open the drop down list and select an…

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Making a Sale… On clicking the SALES button on the Keyboard, the SALES REGISTER form opens, This form serves as a SALES Register, where sales invoices can be made. To make a sale, A Customer account should be created, To register a Customer click on the…

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No Debit… No Credit… The ShopbooK Accounting Software is free of all those journal entries and journalizations like – Debit what comes in. Credit what goes out. etc. etc. and uses a short cut method of accounting and book keeping. Everything here is…

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After download unzip and open the ShopbooK folder, if you have Microsoft Access 2010 or later - double click on the ShopbooK file and start using, ShopbooK will work on all Computers with Microsoft Access Installed ..If you do not have Microsoft Access…

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Explaining the Keyboard… After login with the correct User Name and Password, the Keyboard opens with a variety of buttons and Parameter fields, The buttons include, Purchase, Sales, Payment, Receipt, Ledgers, Statement and Admin, on clicking which will…

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Registering a Payment (Available only in Full Version)… On clicking the PAYMENT button on the Keyboard, the PAYMENT REGISTER form opens, Accounts Payable is made easier and dealt with in this form. Select the name of the Vendor / Supplier to which money…

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Registering a Receipt (Available only in Full Version)… On clicking the RECEIPTS button on the Keyboard, the RECEIPT REGISTER form opens, Accounts Receivable is made easier and dealt with in this form. Select the name of the Customer from which money is…

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Removing Macro Security Message… Access 2007 and later versions of Access use trusted locations as a security measure to help prevent users opening a database from an unknown source. Typically, if you open a database that is not in a trusted location,…

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