Basic Statement Formats


This selection enables you to choose the basic formats in which financial statements will be printed.

Ad Ed Financial Statment

FORMAT NUMBER

    Enter a unique identification code for the financial statement format. Example: BS1 = Balance Sheet 1

INTERVAL NUMBER

    Enter a sequential number which signifies the interval in which the format will appear.

BEGINNING SEQUENCE NUMBER

    Enter the beginning account number of a particular sequence of accounts. Example: 100 could be the beginning account number for Current Assets.

ENDING SEQUENCE NUMBER

    Enter the ending account number of the sequence of accounts. Example: 500 could be the ending account number for Current Assets.

REPORT HEADING

    Enter a heading for the above designated sequence of accounts. Example: Current Assets.

ACCOUNT TYPE

    Enter the number corresponding with the appropriate type of account. Example: 1 = Assets

BEG SEQ. #

    Enter a beginning account number of a sub-interval, if applicable. Example: 100 could be a beginning sub-interval for Cash under Current Assets. 110 could be a beginning sub-interval for Accounts Receivable under Current Assets. You may enter as many sub-intervals as needed.

REPORT SUB-HEADING

    Enter a heading for each sub-interval entered. Examples: Cash, Accounts Receivable.