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Y0#€€Ì€‚‚ÿCommands:él0é}̀€ÌÈá%€‰€‚á/‰€‚á:‰€‚áB‰€‚áK‰€‚áR‰€‚á[‰€‚ád‰€‚ቀ‚‚ÿSystem Commands System menu box commands.File Commands File menu commands.Edit Commands Edit menu commands.View Commands View menu commands.Options Commands Options menu commands.Reports Commands Reports menu commands.Graphs Commands Graphs menu commands.Window Commands Window menu commands.Help Commands Help menu commands.- é-"€€Ì€‚ÿDialogs:è§-èAT€€ÌÈál€‰€‚ám‰€‚án‰€‚‚ÿAccount Editing Dialog Account editing dialog.Transaction Editing Dialog Transaction editing dialog.Investment Editing Dialog Investment editing dialog.) è)"€€Ì€‚ÿe:O4)[,*€€ÌÈá$€‰€‚ÿe Terms ing terms I!¶ 0./[/!„kCommands indexC/C' €€Ì€‚€‚‚ÿCommand IndexCommands:çkCç|ʀ€ÌÈá%€‰€‚á/‰€‚á:‰€‚áB‰€‚áK‰€‚áR‰€‚á[‰€‚ád‰€‚ቀ‚ÿSystem Commands System menu box commands.File Commands File menu commands.Edit Commands Edit menu commands.View Commands View menu commands.Options Commands Options menu commands.Reports Commands Reports menu commands.Graphs Commands Graphs menu commands.Window Commands Window menu commands.Help Commands Help menu commands.L(çL&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿCommands under kSystem menu box:EÍLE|ʀ€ÌÈá&€‰€‚á'‰€‚á(‰€‚á)‰€‚á*‰€‚á2‰€‚á+‰€‚á,‰€‚á-‰€‚ÿSystem Restore command Restore window to previous size.System Move command Move window.System Size command Change ksize of a window.System Minimize command Shrink window to an icon.System Maximize command Size window to full screen.System Close command Close window.System Switch To command Switch to another task.System Next command Switch to next document.System Scrollbar Scroll kwindow vertically or horizontally.F"EF&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿCommands under kFile menu:ù±FùJf€€ÌÈá0€‰€‚á1‰€‚á2‰€‚á3‰€‚ÿFile New command Create a new file.File Open command Open =existing file.File Close commandClose an open window or file.File Save command Save current file.m@ùm-,€€ÌPì^á4€‰€‚ÿFile Save As command Save active window to a new file name1âm1W€€€ÌÈá5€‰€‚á6‰€‚á7‰€‚á8‰€‚á9‰€‚€ÿFile Delete command Delete a file.File Print command Set up printer.File Printer Setup command Set up printer.File Exit command Exit !0.File 1, 2, 3 command Directly open a previously rd file.B!1N#€€Ì€‚‚ÿCom§Ømands under kEdit menu:܁NÜ_€€ÌÈá;€‰€‚á<‰€‚á=‰€‚á>‰€‚á?‰€‚á@‰€‚‚ÿEdit Cut command Cut an account or transaction to clipboard.Edit Copy command Copy an account or transaction to clipboard.Edit Paste command Paste an account or transaction from clipboard.Edit Add command Add a new account or transaction.Edit Edit command Edit kcurrent account or transaction.Edit Delete command Delete kcurrent account or transaction.@ Ü@"€€Ì€‚ÿCommands under kView menu:Øx@Øh¢€€ÌÈáC€‰€‚áD‰€‚áE‰€‚áF‰€‚áG‰€‚áH‰€‚áI‰€‚ÿView Account command View account list.View Transaction command View current transactions.View Register command View current account's transactions.View Toolbar command Toggle Toolbar on =off.View Statusbar command Toggle Statusbar on =off.View Grid command Toggle grid lines on =off.View Date command Change kcurrently viewable date.I%ØI&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿCommands under kOptions menu:ÌvIÌ^Ž€€ÌÈáL€‰€‚áM‰€‚áN‰€‚áO‰€‚áP‰€‚áQ‰€‚ÿOptions Recurring Transactions command Edit recurring transactions.Options Category command Edit category list.Options Investments command Edit investment accounts.Options End of Year command Perform end of year processing.Options Password command Set or reset password Iaccount.Options Report Title command Set ktitle Igraphs =reports.H$ÌH&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿCommands under kReport menu:CÛHOh¢€€ÌÈáS€‰€‚áT‰€‚áU‰€‚áV‰€‚áW‰€‚áX‰€‚áY‰€‚ÿReport Balance Statement command Create a balance report window.Report Income Statement command Create an income report window.Report Budget Report command Create a budget report window.Report Tax Summary command Create a tax summary report window.Report Reconcile Curren/wt Account command Create a reconciliation report.Report Category command Create a balance report window.Report Investment Summary command Create an investment summary window.G#OG&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿCommands under kGraph menu:ÚyGÚh¢€€ÌÈá\€‰€‚á]‰€‚á^‰€‚á_‰€‚á`‰€‚áa‰€‚áb‰€‚ÿGraph Assets command Graph current assets.Graph Liabilities command Graph current liabilities.Graph Equity command Graph current equity.Graph Income command Graph current income.Graph Expense command Graph current expenses.Graph Category command Graph a gcategory.Graph Current Investment command Graph kcurrent account's investment info.H$ÚH&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿCommands under kWindow menu:fHfTz€€ÌÈáe€‰€‚áf‰€‚ág‰€‚áh‰€‚ái‰€‚ÿWindow Tile command Tile windows in workspace.Window Cascade command Cascade windows in workspace.Window Arrange Icons command Arrange Icons in workspace.Window Close All command Close all windows in workspace.Window 1,2,3... command Activate a window..
f.!ìpkKeyboard HelpI*.I' €€Ì€‚€‚‚ÿKeyboard Help!1Window Keys¾Ir¶€€ÌȀ€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€á?€‰€‚€€á@‰€‚€á>€‰€‚ÿF1: Brings up Help IndexShift+F1: Activates !1point =shoot helpUp, Down Arrows: Move current transaction/account bar up or down.PageUp, PageDown: Page display Hward or back one screen.Home, End: Skip to beginning or end of current display.Enter: Edits kcurrent account or transaction.Delete: Deletes kcurrent account or transaction.Insert: Inserts a new account or transaction into klist.L$L*&€€ÌȀ€‚€‚ÿF10: Moves cursor to kmenu.0L0"€€Ì€‚ÿDialog KeysšK0¦V~€€ÌȀ€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€€á%‰€‚€‚ÿTaw§•b: Moves cursor to next field.Backtab: Moves cursor to previous dialog field.Space: Select or deselect a pushbox or buitton.Enter: Activates button {heavy outline - usually saving kcurrent dialog.Arrow Keys: Move cursor zin a text field.Alt+space: Activate system menu box in upper right corner.6¦6"€€Ì€‚ÿCut & Paste Keys:Ó68B€€ÌȀ€€‚€‚€€‚€‚ÿCtrl+Ins: Copy kcurrent account or transaction to kclipboard.Shift+Delete: Cut kcurrent account or transaction to kclipboard.Shift+Ins: Paste an account or transaction from kclipboard.22"€€Ì€‚ÿFunction Keys7Ç27¤€ÌȀ€á‰€‚€á3€‰€‚€áe€‰€‚€áf€‰€‚€€‚€€‚€á4€‰€‚€€‚€á8€‰€‚€á1€‰€‚ÿF1: Activates !1Help IndexF3: Save currently active !1file.F4: Tile windows in workspace.F5: Cascade windows in workspace.F6: Activate next !1window in workspace.F10: Moves cursor to kmenu.F12: Save file as another name.Shift+F1: Activate !1point =press help.Alt+F4: Exit !0 prompting rr to save files.Ctrl+F12: Open an existing !1file.”T7”Jf€€ÌȀá6€‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€‚ÿCtrl+Shift+F12: Print kactive !1file, graph, or report.+”+!€ÿÿAbout !0e—+q38€€Ì€‚€‚€‚‚€‚€‚ÿAbout !1commandThis command displays ktitle, copyright statement, author, v, ^ration number =Pd rr name.!1Version 1.2!1V1.2 was developed in kSpring of 1991 from scratch by  J. 1using Borland C++ IWindows. An extensive three month beta test Ufollowed Ling at least four beta test vs =two test releases. The wyou hold Les nearly 10,000 lines of documented C code {another few thousand lines of on-line help. It represents kvery best in e=many hundreds of hours of my sweat. Believe it or not, I have a full%¬%% ojob as well.äÈqä/0€€Ì€‚€€‚‚‚€‚ÿDedication:Many thanks to my wife =daughter Iputting up {my long hours. This Wis dedicated to jm =my love Ijm.Borland C++ is a trademark of Borland International.- ä-! ÿÿAccount Fileóà-ó&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿAccount FileA !1file containing a >lete set of accounts =transactions. You have one account file Ieach separate budget. (Home, Business, etc...) All account files end {k".ACT" file extension.(ó(!"AccountúØ(ú&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿAccountAn account represents either a tangible asset or liability or else it represents a flow of money like an income or expense. Examples Le checking, savings, credit cards, paychecks, food, rent, etc...&ú&!+Assetå&&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿAssetAn asset account represents a real account or hard asset. Examples Le: checking, savings, mutual funds, stocks, bonds, accounts receivable, house, furniture, boat, car, >uter, whole life insurance value, etc...* *!LiabilityìÊ*ì&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿLiabilityA liability account represents a lien or contract to pay someone. Examples Le: credit cards, loans, car loans, mortgages, lines of credit, promissory notes, accounts payable, etc....'ì'!
IncomeãÁ'ã&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿIncomeAn income account represents a flow of money in or earning of income. Examples Le: your paycheck, interest income, dividend income, business revenues, gifts from others, etc...'ã'!requity<('W&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿEquityAn equity account represents your net worth (Assets minus Liabilities). You don't normally need to create any equity accounts because !1will calculate your starting =retained equity Iyou. Examples Le: common stock or starting capital Ia small business, etc...XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXµ. 0 0(W(!åExpense½£(½&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿExpenseAn expense account represents kexpenditure of money. Examples Le: rent, utilities, food, Zs, car repair, gas, cable, most bills, etc..., ½,!BTransaction,&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿTransactionA transaction represents a flow of money from one account to another on a particular date. The amount is transferred from k'From' account to k'To' account on kgiven date by !0. Examples: checks, zdrawals, Zs, etc...&&!+graphé&%€€Ì€‚€ÿGraphA graph window is rd to graphically represent account balances =investment information. Graph windows are automatically updated as accounts change =can be manipulated using window controls =kgraph menu bar. ''!&reportÿâ'ÿ&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿReportA report window is rd to display summaries of account =investment information. Report windows are automatically updated as accounts change =can be manipulated using window controls =kreport menu bar.%ÿ%!HView#%#&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿViewA view defines what will be displayed in kmain account window. There are three views: Account view displays a list of accounts. Transaction view displays all current transactions. Register view displays all transactions Ikcurrent account.)#)!€ CategoryW8)W&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿAccount CategoryA label rd to group accounts of a similar type. For example you might establish an entertainment category =assign your 'going out' expense accounts to it to better track entertainment expenses. Examples Le: IRA's, investment portfolios, groups of expenses, receivables, etc.... +
W+!T!Investmentþ+)&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿInvestment AccountA special account usually rd to represent a stock, bond, mutual fund, or someL7w7L7 other security. An investment account has a separate database of prices =investments to help you track kperformance of kunderlying security. 5)5!’ "Automatic Investment]R5]&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿAutomatic InvestmentAn automatic investment reminds !1uto enter investment amounts =prices on a recurring basis. This is usually done in conjunction {some kind of recurring investment or desire to update kprice. The feature can also be rd to record real transactions ato jse investment accounts.6]6!c!#Recurring Transaction-6-%€€Ì€‚€ÿRecurring TransactionAny transaction that occurs on a regular recurring basis. Examples: rent, paychecks, monthly bills, etc... !1allows you to enter jse transactions once =jn either automatically reminds you or adds ktransaction Iyou as dates occur.)-)!("ÿÿPasswordÿê)ÿ&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿPasswordA password protects your !1files from unauthorized access. No one can open kfile zout typing in kcorrect password. Don't Hget your password, since even you cannot open kfile if you don't know it.,ÿ,!‹ÿÿÿÿing Terms:,:)$€€Ì€€‚€‚ÿing Terms`K:`&€€Ì€‚‚€ÿ!1Copyright (c) 1991 by  J. 0All Rights Reserved.G`G*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿGENERAL LICENSE TERMS:>‘G>%€€Ì@Ȁ‚‚‚ÿUse of mWIany Uof oequates to agreement to all terms of mP.!1is only one possible tool Ifinancial management. You should make NO FINANCIAL 
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Please write to kASP Ombudsman at 545 Grover Road, Muskegon, MI 49442 or send a CompuServe message via CompuServe Mail to ASP Ombudsman 70007,3536."}m..€€Ì€‚€€‚‚‚‚‚‚ÿAcknowledgements!1is a trademark of  J. 0.Microsoft, Windows, Paintbrush, Notepad, DOS, Word, Excel are all trademarks of Microsoft.Borland C++ is a trademark of Borland International.The Association of Shareware Professionals (ASP) is a non-profit group dedicated to keprofession.PKZIP, PKUNZIP, PKSFX are all trademarks of PKWARE, INC.00!ÿÿ/System CommandsêÊ0ê,*€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚ÿSystem CommandsSystem commands are activated from kSystem menu box in ktop left corner of kwindow or by clicking kicon if kwindow is minimized.Commands under kSystem menu box:IÎêIЀ€ÌÈá&€‰€‚á'‰€‚á(‰€‚á)‰€‚á*‰€‚á2‰€‚á+‰€‚á,‰€‚á-‰€‚€ÿSystem Restore command Restore window to previous size.System Move command Move window.System Size command Change ksize of a window.System Minimize command Shrink window to an icon.System Maximize command Size window to full screen.System Close command Close window.System Switch To command Switch to another task.System Next command Switch to next document.System Scrollbar Scroll kwindow vertically or horizontally.;I;#€€Ì€‚‚ÿOther menu Commands:]1;i,*€€Ì«WæWHTÈဉ€‚ÿCommand Index Index of other menu commands.7i7!eÿÿ'System Restore commandZ'7ZBV€€Ì€‚€‚á)‰€á*‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿSystem Restore commandThe System Restore command restores a window to its previous size on kscreen after either a System Minimize or System Maximize command. Double clicking ktitle bar at ktop of kwindow or icon Ikwindow also performs mfunction.Procedure:Æ«ZÆ' €€ÌPì^€‚€ÿ1. Choose kRestore command from kSystem box menu in kupper left corner of kwindow, or double click kicon or title bar of kwindow you want to restore.6Æ6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:ؘ6Ø@R€€ÌÈá%€‰€‚á)‰€‚á*‰€‚ÿSystem Commands Other System Commands.System Minimize command Shrink window to an icon.System Maximize command Size window to full screen.4Ø4!&(System Move commandĘ4Ä02€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿSystem Move commandThe System Move command =title bar on a window let you move that window to another location in kdesktop. Procedure:͹ÄÍ' €€ÌPì^€‚€ÿ1. Choose kSystem Move command from kSystem box menu in kupper left corner of kwindow, or press =drag ktitle bar of kwindow {your mouse to move kwindow.6Í6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:”`6”6>€€ÌÈá%€‰€‚á(‰€‚ÿSystem Commands Other System Commands.System Size command Change ksize of a window.4”4!…')System Size command²†4²02€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿSystem Size commandThe System Size command =sizing frames on a window let you resize a window on kdesktop. Procedure:Ư²ã' €€ÌPì^€‚€ÿ1. Choose kSystem Size command from kSystem box menu in kupper left corner of kwindow, or press =drag ksizeing frame on kwindow to resize kwindow.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX)_ `C^6ã6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:†P6†6>€€ÌÈá%€‰€‚á'‰€‚ÿSystem Commands Other System Commands.System Move command Move window.8†8!(*System Minimize commandÓ§8Ó02€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿSystem Minimize commandThe System Minimize command =minimize (down arrow) box on a window let you shrink a window on kdesktop to icon size. Procedure:ãÌÓã' €€ÌPì^€‚€ÿ1. Choose kSystem Minimize command from kSystem box menu in kupper left corner of kwindow, or press kminimize (down arrow) button on ktop right of kwindow to minimize kwindow.6ã6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:ޞ6Þ@R€€ÌÈá%€‰€‚á*‰€‚á&‰€‚ÿSystem Commands Other System Commands.System Maximize command Size window to full screen.System Restore command Restore window to previous size.8Þ8!0)+System Maximize commandþÐ8þ02€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿSystem Maximize commandThe System Maximize command =maximize (up arrow) box on a window let you expand a window to full screen or restore it to its previous size if already maximized. Procedure:èÑþè' €€ÌPì^€‚€ÿ1. Choose kSystem Maximize command from kSystem box menu in kupper left corner of kwindow, or press kmaximize (up arrow) button on ktop right corner of kwindow to maximize kwindow.6è6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:ܜ6Ü@R€€ÌÈá%€‰€‚á)‰€‚á&‰€‚ÿSystem Commands Other System Commands.System Minimize command Shrink window to an icon.System Restore command Restore window to previous size.9Ü9!.*,System Switch To commandÜ®9è02€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿSystem Switch To commandThe System Switch To command displays a task list of current windows applications =lets you chose another application to run. úf3gúfProcedure:E6èE("€€ÌPì^€‚‚€ÿ1. Choose kSystem Switch To command from kSystem box menu in kupper left corner of kwindow, or double click kdisplay desktop to bring up ktask list.2. Choose ktask you want to switch to =press kswitch to button or press kcancel button to cto your original application.6E6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:’\6’6>€€ÌÈá%€‰€‚á,‰€‚ÿSystem Commands Other System Commands.System Next command Switch to next document.4’4!|+-System Next commandª†4ª02€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿSystem Next commandThe System Next command activates knext window in kmulti-document !1workspace.Procedure:£Œª£' €€ÌPì^€‚€ÿ1. Choose kSystem Next command from kSystem box menu in kupper left corner of k!1account, graph, or report window.6£6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:Ņ6Å@R€€ÌÈá%€‰€‚ád‰€‚á+‰€‚ÿSystem Commands Other System Commands.Window Commands Window Commands.System Switch To command Switch to next document.1Å1!Y,ÿÿSystem ScrollbarŽ`1Ž02€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿSystem ScrollbarThe System Scrollbar lets you scroll kwindow vertically.Procedure: þŽ ' €€ÌPì^€‚€ÿ1. Press kscrollbar {kmouse. Dragging ksquare thumb scrolls kwindow that amount. Pressing kup =down arrows of kscrollbar scrolls up or down one line. Pressing karea between karrows =scroll thumb pages up =down.6 6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:X,6X,*€€ÌÈá%€‰€‚ÿSystem Commands Other System Commands.!X!!Gÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ&!&#€€ÌȀ‚ÿ.
&.!é%:File CommandsY1.Y*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿFile CommandsCommands under kFile menu:ù±YJf€€ÌÈá0€‰€‚á1‰€‚roËoDoá2‰€‚á3‰€‚ÿFile New command Create a new file.File Open command Open =existing file.File Close commandClose an open window or file.File Save command Save current file.m@m-,€€ÌPì^á4€‰€‚ÿFile Save As command Save active window to a new file name1âm1W€€€ÌÈá5€‰€‚á6‰€‚á7‰€‚á8‰€‚á9‰€‚€ÿFile Delete command Delete a file.File Print command Set up printer.File Printer Setup command Set up printer.File Exit command Exit !0.File 1, 2, 3 command Directly open a previously rd file.;1;#€€Ì€‚‚ÿOther menu Commands:]1;],*€€ÌÈဉ€‚ÿCommand Index Index of other menu commands.']'$€€ÌPì^€‚ÿ1'1!¯ÿÿ1File New commandÈ1Kh€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿFile New commandThe File New command creates a new !1account file =opens it Iediting. Account files are created {no accounts or transactions defined.Procedure:‡g‡&€€ÌPì^€‚‚‚ÿ1. Choose kFile New command from kmenu.2. Add new accounts =transactions as you please.4‡4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:¿4¿@R€€ÌÈá/€‰€‚á1‰€‚á2‰€‚ÿFile Commands Index of file commands.File Open command Open =existing file.File Close commandClose an open file.2¿2!Ø02File Open commandéÀ2é9D€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿFile Open commandThe File Open command opens an existing !1account file =displays it using ksaved view of kaccount. The account is open Iediting.Procedure:4é@CX€€ÌPì^€‚‚‚‚à#‰€à!‰€à"‰€‚ÿ1. Choose kFile Open command from kmenu or hold down kCtrl key =press kF12 key.2. Type or select kname of kfile you want to open.3. If kfile you want is not in kcurrent directory, typv÷vÜue kname of kdirectory or drive you want in front of knamed file or select it from kdirectory list =press OK.4. Press OK or double click kselection {kmouse to open it.5. If kfile has a password, automatic investment, or any recurring transactions defined jse may run at mn.:@:&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿRelated Topics:Cò:CTz€€ÌÈá/€‰€‚á9‰€‚áN‰€‚áL‰€‚áP‰€‚ÿFile Commands Index of file commands.File 1, 2, 3 command Directly open a previously rd file.Investments Editing Investments.Recurring Transactions Recurring transactions.Set Password Setting a password Ian account.3C3!ö13File Close commandX3XKh€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿFile Close commandThe File Close command closes kexisting window after asking krr to save kfile if kcurrent window is an account file =changes have been made to kfile. Current graphs =reports are closed automatically by mcommand.Procedure:@$X@' €€ÌPì^€‚‚‚‚ÿ1. Select kaccount, report, or graph window you want to close.2. Choose kFile Close command from kmenu.3. If you have made changes =want to save jm, answer Yes to ksave dialog.4. If you have not assigned a name to your account you will be prompted to enter one now.:@:&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿRelated Topics:ñ®:ñJf€€ÌÈá/€‰€‚á8‰€‚áh‰€‚á3‰€‚ÿFile Commands Index of file commands.File Exit command Exit !0.Window Close All command Close all open windows.File Save command Save current file.2ñ2!k24File Save command-299D€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿFile Save commandThe File Save command saves kactive account file using kexisting file name. If no name has been attached to maccount, jn krr is prompted Ia name. All account files are saved {".ACT" extensions.Proceª~Ü~ª~dure:úâ9ú' €€ÌPì^€‚‚‚‚ÿ1. Select kaccount window you want to save to make it active.2. Choose kFile Save command from kmenu or press kF3 function key.3. If mis a new file, you will be prompted Ia name to save kfile as.4ú4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:Ғ4Ò@R€€ÌÈá/€‰€‚á4‰€‚á2‰€‚ÿFile Commands Index of file commands.File Save As command Save active window as another name.File Close command Close active window.5Ò5!Ð35File Save As commandm45mBV€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿFile Save As commandThe File Save As command saves kactive account file or report allowing you to type in a new file name. You are prompted Ia name in kfile save as dialog box. All account files are saved {".ACT" extensions. All reports are saved as "*.TXT" files.Procedure: m' €€ÌPì^€‚‚‚‚ÿ1. Select kaccount or report window you want to save to make it active.2. Choose kFile Save As command from kmenu or press kF12 function key.3. You will be prompted Ia name to save kfile as. You can either choose an existing file (which will be overwritten by mone) or directory or type in kname of kfile you want mone saved as.4. After running kFile Save As command kactive window will take knew file name you typed =any subsequent saves will be to mnew file name.''$€€ÌPì^€‚ÿ4'4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:Áƒ4Á@R€€ÌÈá/€‰€‚á3‰€‚á2‰€‚ÿFile Commands Index of file commands.File Save command Save kactive window.File Close command Close active window.4Á4!n46File Delete commandØ 4ó9D€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿFile Delete commandThe File Delete command can be rd to delete account files from your disk. Once deleted a file cannot be recovered.Procedure:XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX‡ ˆå†¼´ó¼)$€€ÌPì^€‚‚‚‚‚‚ÿ1. Choose kFile Delete command from kmenu.2. Type or select kname of kfile you want to delete.3. If kfile you want is not in kcurrent directory, type kname of kdirectory or drive you want in front of knamed file or select it from kdirectory list =press OK.4. Press OK or double click kselection {kmouse to delete it.5. Answer Yes to k'Are you sure?' message to delete kfile.4¼4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:W+4W,*€€ÌÈá/€‰€‚ÿFile Commands Index of file commands.3W3!Ú57File Print commands)3sTz€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€á7‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿFile Print commandThe File Print command prints kactive view , graph or report on your currently active printer. Colors are automatically converted to patterns Imonochrome printers. You can skFile Printer Setup command to change kprinter settings.Procedure:1s1' €€ÌPì^€‚‚‚‚ÿ1. Select kaccount, graph, or report window you want to print to make it active.2. Choose kFile Print command from kmenu or press kCtrl-Shift-F12 key combination.3. Press kCancel button if you want to stop kprint job, or halt it using kprint manager.414"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:Ϗ4Ï@R€€ÌÈá/€‰€‚á7‰€‚á4‰€‚ÿFile Commands Index of file commands.File Printer Setup command Set up printer.File Save As command Save active window to a file.;Ï;!68File Printer Setup commandè;BV€€Ì€‚€‚á6‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿFile Printer Setup commandThe File Printer Setup command lets you set kcurrent printer =access your printer setup dialog. You can skFile Print command to print !1windows =reports.Procedure:ýâ ("€€ÌPì^€‚‚‚‚‚ÿ1. Select kFile Printer Setup command from kmenu.2. Select kprinter you want to mhŽ€-Žake active.3. Press OK to make mkcurrent printer.4. Press kSetup button if you want to change any printer settings.4 4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:‡Q4‡6>€€ÌÈá/€‰€‚á6‰€‚ÿFile Commands Index of file commands.File Print command Set up printer.2‡2!Ž79File Exit commandW%2WKh€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿFile Exit commandThe File Exit command closes all existing windows =exits k!1V. Before exiting each krr is asked to save each account file if changes have been made. Current graphs =reports are closed automatically by mcommand.Procedure:ãW&€€ÌPì^€‚‚‚ÿ1. Choose kFile Exit command from kmenu.2. If you have made changes =want to save jm, answer Yes to ksave dialog.3. If you have not assigned a name to an account file you will be prompted to enter one now.::&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿRelated Topics:ˋ:Ë@R€€ÌÈá/€‰€‚á2‰€‚áh‰€‚ÿFile Commands Index of file commands.File Close command Close current window.Window Close All command Close all open windows.6Ë6!\8ÿÿFile 1,2,3... commandõÍ6õ9D€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿFile 1,2,3... commandThe File 1,2,3... command opens an recently rd !1account file =displays it using ksaved view of kaccount. The account is open Iediting.Procedure:ùÅõù@R€€ÌPì^€‚à#‰€à!‰€à"‰€‚ÿ1. Choose knumbered file you want to open from kFile menu.2. If kfile has a password, automatic investment, or any recurring transactions defined jse may run at mn.:ù:&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿRelated Topics:ò¨:þJf€€ÌÈá/€‰€‚á1‰€‚á0‰€‚á2‰€‚ÿFile Commands Index of file commands.File Open command Open an existing file.File New command Create a new file.File Cloö–0—Ò”se command Close an open file..
þ.!ý/BEdit CommandsY1.Y*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿEdit CommandsCommands under kEdit menu:ށYÞa”€€ÌÈá;€‰€‚á<‰€‚á=‰€‚á>‰€‚á?‰€‚á@‰€‚€ÿEdit Cut command Cut an account or transaction to clipboard.Edit Copy command Copy an account or transaction to clipboard.Edit Paste command Paste an account or transaction from clipboard.Edit Add command Add a new account or transaction.Edit Edit command Edit kcurrent account or transaction.Edit Delete command Delete kcurrent account or transaction.;Þ;#€€Ì€‚‚ÿOther menu Commands:]1;],*€€ÌÈဉ€‚ÿCommand Index Index of other menu commands.1]1!ºÿÿ<Edit Cut command@1@BV€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿEdit Cut commandThe Edit Cut command cuts kcurrently selected account or transaction to kclipboard. The current account or transaction is deleted from kactive window. Cut items may be pasted to mor another account window.Procedure:·–@·' €€ÌPì^€‚‚‚‚ÿ1. Select kaccount or transaction you want to cut.2. Choose kEdit Cut command from kmenu.3. Answer Yes if you are sure you want it cut.. ·."€€Ì€‚ÿWarnings:ï½.ï26€€ÌPì^€à‰€‚‚‚€ÿYou must be in an account view to cut an account.You must be in a transaction view to cut a transaction.You cannot delete an account that still has transactions defined against it.6ï6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:?÷6?Jf€€ÌÈá:€‰€‚á<‰€‚á@‰€‚á=‰€‚ÿEdit Commands Other edit menu commands.Edit Copy command Copy an account or transaction to clipboard.Edit Delete command Delete kcurrent account or transaction.Edit Paste command Paste an account or transaction from clipboard.2?>!œ;¦žåŸåŸ=Edit Copy commandÉ~>ÉTz€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿEdit Copy commandThe Edit Copy command copies kcurrently selected graph, report, account or transaction to kclipboard. Copied accounts =transactions may be pasted to mor another account window. You can paste graphs into any graphics tool like paint. You can paste reports into any text editor or word processor like notepad or write.Procedure:›{É›&€€ÌPì^€‚‚‚ÿ1. Select kgraph, report, or account or transaction you want to copy.2. Choose kEdit Copy command from kmenu.. ›."€€Ì€‚ÿWarnings:£r.£14€€ÌPì^€à‰€‚‚€ÿYou must be in an account view to copy an account.You must be in a transaction view to copy a transaction.6£6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:ó³6ó@R€€ÌÈá:€‰€‚á;‰€‚á=‰€‚ÿEdit Commands Other edit menu commands.Edit Cut command Cut an account or transaction to clipboard.Edit Paste command Paste an account or transaction from clipboard.3ó3!Ì<>Edit Paste commandי3×BV€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿEdit Paste commandThe Edit Paste command copies an account or transaction from kclipboard to kcurrently active account. Procedure:¨‚ר/0€€ÌPì^€à‰€‚‚‚ÿ1. Select kaccount or transaction view you want to paste mitem into.2. Choose kEdit Paste command from kmenu.. ¨."€€Ì€‚ÿWarnings:¹‘.¹("€€ÌPì^€‚‚€ÿYou must be in an account view to paste an account. Account names must be unique.You must be in a transaction view to paste a transaction.6¹6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:ñ³6ý@R€€ÌÈá:€‰€‚á;‰€‚á<‰€‚ÿEdit Commands Other edit menu commands.Edit Cut command Cut an account or transaction to clipboard.Edi§P§¤t Copy command Copy an account or transaction to kclipboard.1ý1!=?Edit Add commandɉ1ÉBV€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿEdit Add commandThe Edit Add command adds a new account or transaction to kcurrently active account window.Procedure:~HÉ~Lj€€ÌPì^€à‰€‚áF‰€‚ál‰€ám‰€‚‚‚ÿ1. Select kaccount or transaction view you desire.2. Choose kEdit Add command from kmenu or select k'+' Toolbar icon next to kcurrent view.3. Edit kAccount Dialog or Transaction Dialog.4. Press kSave button to save kaccount or kAnother button to save kaccount =create another.4~4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:T4TTz€€ÌÈá:€‰€‚ál‰€‚áF‰€‚á?‰€‚á@‰€‚ÿEdit Commands Other edit menu commands.Account Dialog Description of kaccount editing dialog.Toolbar The !1toolbar.Edit Edit command Edit kcurrent account or transaction.Edit Delete command Delete kcurrent account or transaction.2T2!†>@Edit Edit command¬l2¬BV€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿEdit Edit commandThe Edit Edit command edits kcurrent account or transaction.Procedure:’u¬’%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Select kaccount or transaction using arrow keys or kmouse.2. Choose kEdit Edit command from kmenu.¿’¿7@€€²JP"ì^‚Ø€ƒƒáF‰€‚ƒƒ‚ƒƒ‚ÿOR select k' * ' Toolbar icon next to kcurrent viewOR double click kcurrent account or transactionOR press kenter key.ə¿É8B€€ÌPì^€ál‰€ám‰€‚‚‚ÿ3. Edit kAccount Dialog or Transaction Dialog.4. Press kSave button to save kaccount. Press kCancel button to throw changes away.4É4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:N4ZTz€€ÌÈá:€‰€‚ál‰€‚áF‰€‚á>‰€‚á@‰€‚ÿEdit Commands Other edit menu commands.AccounE¯y¯M¬t Dialog Description of kaccount editing dialog.Toolbar The !1toolbar.Edit Add command Add a new account or transaction.Edit Delete command Delete kcurrent account or transaction.4Z4!=?ÿÿEdit Delete command²r4²BV€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿEdit Delete commandThe Edit Delete command deleted kcurrent account or transaction.Procedure:§Š²§%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Select kaccount or transaction you want to delete using arrow keys or kmouse.2. Choose kEdit Delete command from kmenu.oB§o14€€²JP"ì^‚Ø€ƒƒáF‰€‚ÿOR select k' - ' Toolbar icon next to kcurrent view.eDoe%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ3. Press kYes button to delete kaccount if you are sure. .. e."€€Ì€‚ÿWarnings:uP.u%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿYou cannot delete an account that still has transactions defined against it.4u4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:Å4Jf€€ÌÈá:€‰€‚áF‰€‚á>‰€‚á?‰€‚ÿEdit Commands Other edit menu commands.Toolbar The !1toolbar.Edit Add command Add a new account or transaction.Edit Edit command Edit kcurrent account or transaction.!!!Gÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ&!&#€€ÌȀ‚ÿ.
&.!:KView CommandsY1.Y*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿView CommandsCommands under kView menu:ÜyYÜk¨€€ÌÈáC€‰€‚áD‰€‚áE‰€‚áF‰€‚áG‰€‚áH‰€‚áI‰€‚€ÿView Account command View account list.View Transaction command View current transactions.View Register command View current account's transactions.View Toolbar command Toggle Toolbar on =off.View Statusbar command Toggle Statusbar on =off.View Grid command Toggle grid lines on =off.View Date command Change kcurrently viewable date.;ÜR#€€Ì€‚‚ÿOther menu Commands:XXXXXXXXXXXº· ¸Wµ]1R],*€€ÌÈဉ€‚ÿCommand Index Index of other menu commands.5]5!VÿÿDView Account command½•5½-,€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚‚ÿView Account commandThe View Account command displays a list of all current accounts =jir balances in kaccount window.Description:±½eœ€€ÌPì^€€‚€€à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€‚€€‚€ÿName: Name of kaccount.Type: Either Asset, Liability, Income, Equity, or ExpenseDates: Balance of accounts as of jse starting =ending dates.77' €€Ì€‚‚€‚ÿProcedure:e702€€ÌPì^€áF‰€‚€ÿ1. Choose kView Account command from kmenu or choose k'Acct:' button on kToolbar .66#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:Y 6YTz€€ÌÈáB€‰€‚áD‰€‚áE‰€‚áH‰€‚áI‰€‚ÿView Commands Other View Commands.View Transaction command View current transactions.View Register command View current account's transactions.View Grid command Toggle grid lines on =off.View Date command Change kcurrently viewable date.9Y9!âCEView Transaction commandá9-,€€Ì€‚€‚‚€‚‚‚ÿView Transaction commandThe View Transaction command displays a list of current transactions in kcurrent account window. Only transactions that fall zin kcurrent accounting dates are displayed.Description:CþCMl€€ÌPì^€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€ÿDate: Date of ktransaction.# : Check number of ktransaction.Transaction: Description of ktransaction.To: Account transaction moves money to.From: Account transaction moves money from.Amount: Dollar amount of ktransaction.7C7' €€Ì€‚‚€‚ÿProcedure:“k7Ÿ02€€ÌPì^€áF‰€‚€ÿ1. Choose kView Transactions command from kmenu or choose k'Txacts' button on kTC¿z¿¿¼oolbar .6Ÿ6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:R6RTz€€ÌÈáB€‰€‚áC‰€‚áE‰€‚áH‰€‚áI‰€‚ÿView Commands Other View Commands.View Account command View account balances.View Register command View current account's transactions.View Grid command Toggle grid lines on =off.View Date command Change kcurrently viewable dates.6R6!DFView Register commandó6-,€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚‚ÿView Register commandThe View Register command displays a list of transactions that involve kcurrent account.Only transactions that fall zin kcurrent accounting dates =affect kcurrent account are displayed.Description:f)fMl€€ÌPì^€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€ÿDate: Date of ktransaction.# : Check number of ktransaction.Transaction: Description of ktransaction.To/From: Account mtransaction is moving money to or from.Amount: Dollar amount of ktransaction.Balance: Balance of kcurrent account after mtransaction.7f7' €€Ì€‚‚€‚ÿProcedure:‘i7‘02€€ÌPì^€áF‰€‚€ÿ1. Choose kView Register command from kmenu or choose k'Register' button on kToolbar .6‘6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:P6PTz€€ÌÈáB€‰€‚áC‰€‚áD‰€‚áH‰€‚áI‰€‚ÿView Commands Other View Commands.View Account command View account balances.View Transactions command View all current transactions.View Grid command Toggle grid lines on =off.View Date command Change kcurrently viewable dates.5P5!:EGView Toolbar command="5I38€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€€€‚‚ÿView Toolbar commandThe View Toolbar command toggles kdisplay of k!1toolbar. The toolbar places frequently rd menu commands on individual pushbuttons Ieasier r.Description: Press kcorresponding toolbar button {kmouse to perform ¡ÆÖÆ¡Æjse functions.Í°IÍ..€€ÌPì^€€‚€€‚ÿCurrent account: The current account name is in a white box on ktoolbar.?: !1interactive help - just press mbutton =press kitem you want help on.²nͲHb€€ÌȀ€áC‰€à‰€‚€€á>‰€‚ÿAcct: Switches to kAccount View displaying klist of accounts.Acct +: Adds a new account.‘U²‘@R€€ÌPì^€€á?‰€‚€€á@‰€‚ÿAcct *: Edits kcurrent account.Acct -: Deletes kcurrent account.Ȅ‘ÈHb€€ÌȀ€áD‰€à‰€‚€€á>‰€‚ÿTxact: Switches to kTransaction View displaying klist of current transactions.Txact +: Adds a new transaction.›_ț@R€€ÌPì^€€á?‰€‚€€á@‰€‚ÿTxact *: Edits kcurrent transaction.Txact -: Deletes kcurrent transaction.]0›]/0€€ÌȀáI€‰€‚ÿDate: Sets kcurrently viewable dates.Ãn]ÃU|€€ÌPì^€€áN‰€à ‰€‚€€áL‰€à"‰€‚€ÿInvest: Edits previously defined investment accounts.Recur: Edits recurring transactions.7Ã7' €€Ì€‚‚€‚ÿProcedure:dG7d#€€ÌȀ‚ÿ1. Choose kView Toolbar command to toggle ktoolbar on =off.:d:&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿRelated Topics:T(:T,*€€ÌÈáB€‰€‚ÿView Commands Other View Commands.7T7!AFHView Statusbar commandñ702€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿView Statusbar commandThe View Statusbar command toggles kdisplay of k!1status bar. The status bar displays expanded menu commands =other pertinent information at kbottom of k!1window.Procedure:iLi#€€ÌȀ‚ÿ1. Choose kView Statusbar command to toggle kstatus bar on =off.:i:&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿRelated Topics:T(:`,*€€ÌÈáB€‰€‚ÿView Commands Other ‚ϼÏÛÍView Commands.2`2! GIView Grid commandí¶2í9D€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿView Grid commandThe View Grid command toggles kdisplay of Grid lines in various account views. Grid lines make accounts more viewable, but slow printing.Procedure:^Aí^#€€ÌȀ‚ÿ1. Choose kView Grid command to toggle kgrid on =off.:^:&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿRelated Topics:T(:T,*€€ÌÈáB€‰€‚ÿView Commands Other View Commands.2T2!\HÿÿView Date command¾}2¾Tz€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿView Date commandThe View Date command lets you change kstart =end dates rd to calculate =display all balances, accounts, transactions, reports, =graphs. Only transactions between kstarting =ending dates are displayed in transaction or ^er views. You can change kcurrent date which helps in adding old transactions.Procedure:ÞþÞ%€€ÌȀ‚‚‚ÿ1. Choose kView Date command.2. Fill out kstarting date, end date, =current date.3. All account balances, transactions, graphs, =reports will automatically reflect knew dates.:Þ:&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿRelated Topics:T(:T,*€€ÌÈáB€‰€‚ÿView Commands Other View Commands.!T!!Gÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ&!&#€€ÌȀ‚ÿ1&1!BROptions Commands_71_*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿOptions CommandsCommands under kOptions menu:Ïv_Ûa”€€ÌÈáL€‰€‚áM‰€‚áN‰€‚áO‰€‚áP‰€‚áQ‰€‚€ÿOptions Recurring Transactions command Edit recurring transactions.Options Category command Edit category list.Options Investments command Edit invesment accounts.Options End of Year command Perform end of year processing.Options Password command Set or reset password Iaccount.Options Report Title comûÕZÖÊÕmand Set ktitle Igraphs =reports.;Û;#€€Ì€‚‚ÿOther menu Commands:]1;],*€€ÌÈဉ€‚ÿCommand Index Index of other menu commands.F%]F!¾ÿÿMOptions Recurring Transaction commandé´Fé9D€€Ì€‚€‚à"‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿOptions Recurring Transaction commandThe Options Recurring Transaction command displays a list of current recurring transactions =lets you edit klist.Procedure:BéBeœ€€ÌPì^€áF‰€‚‚€€ám‰€‚€€ám‰€‚€€ám‰€‚€€‚ÿ1. Choose kOptions Recurring Transactions command from kmenu or choose k'Recur' button on kToolbar .To Add: Press k'Add' button =fill out kTransaction dialog.To Edit: Select ktransaction, press k'Edit' button =fill out kTransaction dialog.To Run: Select ktransaction, press k'Run' button =edit kdate on kTransaction dialog. This records a gtransaction in ktransaction list.To Delete: Select ktransaction, press k'Delete' button.|VB|*&€€ÌPì^€€‚€ÿTo Quit: Select k'Quit' button to get out of krecurring transaction editor.6|6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:›e6›6>€€ÌÈáK€‰€‚ám‰€‚ÿOptions Commands Other Options Commands.Transaction dialog. The transaction editing dialog.9›9!ELNOptions Category command͘9Í9D€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿOptions Category commandThe Options categories command displays a list of current account categories =lets you edit klist.Procedure:£{ͯDZ€€ÌPì^€‚‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€ÿ1. Choose kOptions Category command from kmenu.To Add: Press k'Add' button =fill out kcategory name.To Edit: Select kcategory from klist, press k'Edit' pushbutton =fill out category name.To Delete: Select kcategory to delete, =press k'Delete' pushbutton.To Quit: Select k'ÄݑދÝQuit' pushbutton to get out of kcategory editor.6¯6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:Z.6Z,*€€ÌÈáK€‰€‚ÿOptions Commands Other Options Commands.;Z;!)MOOptions Investment command˙;Ë9D€€Ì€‚€‚à ‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿOptions Investment commandThe Options Investment command displays a list of accounts {investments =lets you edit klist.Procedure:ÀËa”€€ÌPì^€áF‰€‚‚€€án‰€‚€€‚€€ál‰€á?‰€‚€ÿ1. Choose kOptions Investment command from kmenu or choose k'Invest' button on kToolbar ..To Edit: Select kinvestment from klist, press k'Edit' pushbutton =fill out kinvestment dialog.To Quit: Select k'Quit' pushbutton to get out of kinvestment editor.To Add or Delete: You must add =delete investments using kaccount dialog. Select kEdit Edit command to edit kcurrent account.66#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:Z.6Z,*€€ÌÈáK€‰€‚ÿOptions Commands Other Options Commands.[Z7@€€ÌPì^ál€‰€‚á?‰€‚ÿAccount Dialog Account editing dialog.Edit Edit command Edit kcurrent account.<<!NPOptions End of Year commandÜ<9D€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€‚ÿOptions End of Year commandThe Options End of Year command rolls your transactions out to let you start a new accounting T. It can be run quarterly, semianually, or even monthly if you have a lot of transactions. The process saves kold file under a new name if desired, =jn rolls out all transactions =investment records that have a date before kcurrent end date. Account starting balances are adjusted to reflect ktransactions rolled out.;;*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿProcedure:~a;–%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Choose kOptions End of Year command from kmenu =answer kquestions that follow.XXXXXXXXXXXXvç èùä4–4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:Z.4Z,*€€ÌÈáK€‰€‚ÿOptions Commands Other Options Commands.pGZp-,€€ÌPì^áI€‰€‚ÿView Date Change kcurrent accounting start =closeout dates.9p9!ÔOQOptions Password commandÖ9BV€€Ì€‚€‚à#‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿOptions Password commandThe Options Password command sets or changes your password. Please don't Hget your password since you cannot open an acount file that has a password zout it.Procedure:øØø("€€ÌPì^€‚‚‚‚‚ÿ1. Choose kOptions Password command from kmenu.2. To change: enter your old =new passwords.3. To Set: enter your new password.4. To Unset: enter your old password, leave knew password fields blank.4ø4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:Z.4Z,*€€ÌÈáK€‰€‚ÿOptions Commands Other Options Commands.=Z=!PÿÿOptions Report Title command)ð=)Kh€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿOptions Report Title commandThe Options Report Title command sets or changes ktitle that appears at ktop of all of kreports =graphs Imaccount file. The title is saved {kaccount file. Procedure:¹›)¹' €€ÌPì^€‚‚‚‚ÿ1. Choose kOptions Report Title command from kmenu.2. Enter knew report title string.3. Press OK to save kchange, or Cancel to Hget it.4¹4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:ˆR4ˆ6>€€ÌÈáK€‰€‚áR‰€‚ÿOptions Commands Other Options Commands.Report Commands Report Commands.'ˆ'$€€ÌPì^€‚ÿ0'0!ŸK[Report Commands]50]*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿReport CommandsCommands under kReport menu:GÜ]Sk¨€€ÌÈáS€‰€‚áT‰€‚áU‰€‚áV‰€‚áW‰€‚áX‰€‚áY‰€‚€ÿReport Balance Statement command Creïmïàîate a balance report window.Report Income Statement command Create an income report window.Report Budget Report command Create a budget report window.Report Tax Summary command Create a tax summary report window.Report Reconcile Current Account command Create a reconciliation report.Report Category command Create a balance report window.Report Investment Summary command Create an investment summary window.;S;#€€Ì€‚‚ÿOther menu Commands:]1;],*€€ÌÈဉ€‚ÿCommand Index Index of other menu commands.']'$€€ÌPì^€‚ÿA 'A!dÿÿTReport Balance Statement command¸A¸Qt€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚‚ÿReport Balance Statement commandThe Report Balance Statement command creates a new !1report window =opens it Iviewing. The balance statement totals your current assets, liabilities, =equity, to >ute you net equity which is ksame as your net worth. All balances are >uted as of kend of kcurrent accounting dates.Description:üǸü>N€€ÌPì^€€à‰€‚€€‚€€‚ÿName: Shows kname of each account.Balance: Shows kcurrent account balance in dollars.Percent: Shows kpercentage maccount is relative to total assets, liabilities, or equity.;ü;*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿProcedure:cB;c%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Choose kReport Balance Statement command from kmenu.4c4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:g46>€€ÌÈáR€‰€‚áT‰€‚ÿReport Commands Other Reports.Report Income Statement command Create an income report window.@@!SUReport Income Statement commande1@qHb€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚‚ÿReport Income Statement commandThe Report Income Statement command creates a new !1report window =opens it Iviewing. The income statemenãö#÷ãöt totals your income =expenses Ikcurrent accounting dates =displays your net income (income minus expenses).Description:ð»qð>N€€ÌPì^€€à‰€‚€€‚€€‚ÿName: Shows kname of each account.Balance: Shows ktotal income or expense in dollars.Percent: Shows kpercentage maccount is relative to total income or expenses.;ð;*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿProcedure:bA;b%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Choose kReport Income Statement command from kmenu.4b4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:žh4ž6>€€ÌÈáR€‰€‚áS‰€‚ÿReport Commands Other Reports.Report Balance Statement command Create a balance report window.=ž=!CTVReport Budget Report command(õ=(]Œ€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€á>‰€áF‰€‚ÿReport Budget Report commandThe Report Budget Report command creates a new !1report window =opens it Iviewing. The budget report >ares actual to budgeted income =expenses Ikcurrent accounting U=shows kpercent difference between jm. Budgets can be set Ieach income =expense account using kEdit Add command from account view ort pressing k'+' button on ktoolbar. Totals are displayed below income =expense accounts.9(9' €€Ì€‚€‚‚ÿDescription:{P9{CX€€ÌPì^€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚ÿName: Shows kname of each account.Budget: Shows kbudget set Ikaccount in dollars.Actual: Shows kactual income or expenses Ikaccount in dollars.Difference: Shows kdifference between budgeted =actual income =expense.Percent: Shows kpercentage difference between actual =budgeted values.;{;*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿProcedure:_>;_%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Choose kReport Budget Report command from kmenu.4_4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:P$4\,*€€ÌÈáR€¦ÿÚÿóú‰€‚ÿReport Commands Other Reports.;\;!ñUWReport Tax Summary command®‹;®Hb€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚‚ÿReport Tax Summary commandThe Report Tax Summary command creates a new !1report window =opens it Iviewing. The report shows taxable =non-taxable income =expenses Ikcurrent accounting U=shows kpercentage of totals. Totals Iboth taxable =non-taxable income =expenses are shown below kaccounts in each category.Description:ìÁ®ì5<€€ÌPì^€€‚€€‚€€‚ÿName: Shows kname of each account.Balance: Shows kactual income or expenses Ikaccount in dollars.Percent: Shows kpercentage of taxable or non-taxable income or expense.;ì;*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿProcedure:]<;]%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Choose kReport Tax Summary command from kmenu.4]4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:P$4P,*€€ÌÈáR€‰€‚ÿReport Commands Other Reports.9P9!)VXReport Reconcile commandõ9G`€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚ÿReport Reconcile Account commandThe Report Reconcile Account command creates a new !1report window =opens it Iviewing. The report shows a list of all transactions Ikcurrent account zin kaccounting U=prints running balances of cleared transactions (marked {an X) =total transactions. By correcting cleared flags =>aring {your bank statement Ikaccount you should be able to balance your account fairly easily.Description:%%"€€Ì€‚ÿŒX%˜Jf€€ÌPì^€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚ÿDate: Shows kdate of each transaction.Description: Shows kdescription of each transaction.Amount: Shows kamount of ktransaction in dollars.C: Marked {an X if mtransaction is cleared.Balance: Running balance Ling all transactions.Cleared: Running balance Ling onlyq–' transactions that have cleared.;˜;*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿProcedure:cB;c%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Choose kReport Reconcile Account command from kmenu.4c4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:P$4P,*€€ÌÈáR€‰€‚ÿReport Commands Other Reports.?P?!ÄWYReport Category Report commandO?OHb€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚‚ÿReport Category Report commandThe Report Category Report command creates a new !1report window =opens it Iviewing. The report shows a list of all accounts assigned to categories {balance totals =percentages Ieach category.Description:àºOà5<€€ÌPì^€€‚€€‚€€‚ÿName: Shows kname of each account.Balance: Shows kcurrent account balance in dollars.Percent: Shows kpercentage maccount is relative to ktotal Ikcategory.;à;*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿProcedure:a@;a%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Choose kReport Category Report command from kmenu.4a4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:†P4†6>€€ÌÈáR€‰€‚áa‰€‚ÿReport Commands Other Reports.Graph Category Command Graph a category.A †A!¹XÿÿReport Investment Report command
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9D€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à ‰€‚ÿReport Investment Summary commandThe Report Investment Summary command creates a new !1report window =opens it Iviewing. The report shows a list of all investments defined =displays kinvestment history Ieach. These histories should closely match mutual fund or stock statements Ieasy record keeping. All investment transactions are displayed regardless of kcurrent dates. Most recent value =performance information is placed at kbottom.9
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nvestment transaction.Description: Shows kdescription of each investment transaction.Amount: Shows kamount of ktransaction in dollars.Price: Displays kshare price at koof kinvestment transactionTx Shares: Shows knumber of shares Zd {minvestment transaction.Tot Shares: Shows ktotal number of shares Zd as of transaction date.;×;*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿProcedure:dC;d%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Choose kReport Investment Summary command from kmenu.4d4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:‹U4‹6>€€ÌÈáR€‰€‚áb‰€‚ÿReport Commands Other Reports.Graph Investment command Graph an investment.!‹!!Gÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ&!&#€€ÌȀ‚ÿ/&/!'RdGraph Commands[3/[*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿGraph CommandsCommands under kGraph menu:Þz[Þk¨€€ÌÈá\€‰€‚á]‰€‚á^‰€‚á_‰€‚á`‰€‚áa‰€‚áb‰€‚€ÿGraph Assets command Graph current assets.Graph Liabilities command Graph current liabilities.Graph Equity command Graph current equity.Graph Income command Graph current income.Graph Expense command Graph current expenses.Graph Category command Graph a gcategory.Graph Current Investment command Graph kcurrent account's investment info.;Þ;#€€Ì€‚‚ÿOther menu Commands:]1;],*€€ÌÈဉ€‚ÿCommand Index Index of other menu commands.']'$€€ÌPì^€‚ÿ5'5!,ÿÿ]Graph Assets commandÄ”5ÐKh€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿGraph Assets commandThe Report Balance Statement command creates a new !1graph window =opens it Iviewing. The pie graph shows kcurrent assets balances in all asset accounts, {positive balances. All balances are >uted as of kend of kcurrent accounting dates =kpercentages shown are percent of tot;p;al positive balance asset accounts.Procedure:W6ÐW%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Choose kGraph Assets command from kmenu.4W4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:œf4œ6>€€ÌÈá[€‰€‚áS‰€‚ÿGraph Commands Other Graphs.Report Balance Statement command Create a balance report window.:œ:!5\^Graph Liabilities commandÏŸ:ÏKh€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿGraph Liabilities commandThe Graph Liabilities command creates a new !1graph window =opens it Iviewing. The pie graph shows kcurrent liabilities balances in all liability accounts, {positive balances. All balances are >uted as of kend of kcurrent accounting dates =kpercentages shown are percent of total positive balance liability accounts.Procedure:\;Ï\%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Choose kGraph Liabilities command from kmenu.4\4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:œf4œ6>€€ÌÈá[€‰€‚áS‰€‚ÿGraph Commands Other Graphs.Report Balance Statement command Create a balance report window.5œ5!"]_Graph Equity commandÆ–5ÆKh€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿGraph Equity commandThe Graph Equity command creates a new !1graph window =opens it Iviewing. The pie graph shows kcurrent equity (net worth) balances in all equity accounts, {positive balances. All balances are >uted as of kend of kcurrent accounting dates =kpercentages shown are percent of total positive balance equity accounts.Procedure:W6ÆW%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Choose kGraph Equity command from kmenu.4W4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:œf4œ6>€€ÌÈá[€‰€‚áS‰€‚ÿGraph Commands Other Graphs.Report Balance Statement command Create a balance report window.5œN!^`Graph Income commandXXXXXXXXXXXXX¾ ¾¦vN¦Kh€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿGraph Income commandThe Graph Income command creates a new !1graph window =opens it Iviewing. The pie graph shows kcurrent income balances in all income accounts, {positive balances. Income is >uted Ikcurrent accounting dates =kpercentages shown are percent of total positive balance income accounts.Procedure:W6¦W%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Choose kGraph Income command from kmenu.4W4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:›e4›6>€€ÌÈá[€‰€‚áT‰€‚ÿGraph Commands Other Graphs.Report Income Statement command Create an income report window.6›6! _aGraph Expense command®~6®Kh€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿGraph Expense commandThe Graph Expense command creates a new !1graph window =opens it Iviewing. The pie graph shows kcurrent expense balances in all expense accounts, {positive balances. Expenses are >uted Ikcurrent accounting dates =kpercentages shown are percent of total positive balance expense accounts.Procedure:X7®X%€€ÌPì^€‚‚ÿ1. Choose kGraph Expense command from kmenu.4X4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:›e4›6>€€ÌÈá[€‰€‚áT‰€‚ÿGraph Commands Other Graphs.Report Income Statement command Create an income report window.7›7!V`bGraph Category command›n7›Kh€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿGraph Category commandThe Graph Category command lets you choose a category =account type to graph, =jn creates a new !1graph window =opens it Iviewing. The pie graph shows kcurrent accounts {positive balances in kchosen category. Percentages displayed are a percent of ktotal Ikcategory.Procedure:©›µ&€€ÌPì^€‚‚‚ÿ1. Choose kGraph Category command &µ'ã%from kmenu.2. Choose kcategory =account type you wish to graph from klists displayed.4µ4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:›e4›6>€€ÌÈá[€‰€‚áX‰€‚ÿGraph Commands Other Graphs.Report Category Report command Create a category report window.A ›A!xaÿÿGraph Current Investment command`&A`Kh€€Ì€‚€‚à ‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿGraph Current Investment commandThe Graph Current Investment command rs kcurrent investment account to create a new !1graph window. Three different graphs can be created from ksub-menu. Each is a bar graph of kinvestment history over n.Procedure:õÛ`õ&€€ÌPì^€‚‚‚ÿ1. Select kInvestment account you want to graph to make it kcurrent account.2. Choose kGraph Current Investment command from kmenu.3. Choose one of kfollowing command from kinvestment sub-menu:ÞºõÞ5<€€ÌP준€‚€€‚€€‚ÿPrice will display kprice history of kinvestment.Value will display kvaluation history of kinvestment.Return will show kpercent chistory of kinvestment.'Þ'$€€ÌPì^€‚ÿ4'4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:©s4©6>€€ÌÈá[€‰€‚áY‰€‚ÿGraph Commands Other Graphs.Report Investment Summary command Create an investment summary report window.!©!!Gÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ&!&#€€ÌȀ‚ÿ0&0!¬[ÿÿWindow Commands]50]*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿWindow CommandsCommands under kWindow menu:j]‡W€€€ÌÈáe€‰€‚áf‰€‚ág‰€‚áh‰€‚ái‰€‚€ÿWindow Tile command Tile windows in workspace.Window Cascade command Cascade windows in workspace.Window Arrange Icons command Arrange Icons in workspace.Window Close All command Close all windows in workspace.Window 1,2,3... command Activate a window.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX…. 0ø-;‡;#€€Ì€‚‚ÿOther menu Commands:]1;],*€€ÌÈဉ€‚ÿCommand Index Index of other menu commands.4]4!LÿÿfWindow Tile commandÛ±4Û02€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿWindow Tile commandThe Window Tile command tiles all active windows across kworkspace, evenly dividing kworkspace across knumber of active windows.Procedure:mJÛm' €€ÌPì^€‚€ÿ1. Choose kWindow Tile command or press kF4 key to tile windows.6m6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:šd6š6>€€ÌÈád€‰€‚áf‰€‚ÿWindow Commands Other Window Commands.Window Cascade command Cascade windows in workspace.7š7!:egWindow Cascade commandƘ7Æ02€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿWindow Cascade commandThe Window Cascade command cascades kactive windows from top left to bottom right much like a paper stack.Procedure:sPÆs' €€ÌPì^€‚€ÿ1. Choose kWindow Cascade command or press kF5 key to cascade windows.6s6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:”^6”6>€€ÌÈád€‰€‚áe‰€‚ÿWindow Commands Other Window Commands.Window Tile command Tile windows in workspace.=”=!~fhWindow Arrange Icons commandÕ«=Õ02€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿWindow Arrange Icons commandThe Window Arrange Icons command arranges all icons in kworkspace along kbottom of kworkspace from left to right.Procedure:`=Õ`' €€ÌPì^€‚€ÿ1. Choose kWindow Arrange Icons command from kmenu.6`6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:֖6Ö@R€€ÌÈád€‰€‚áf‰€‚áe‰€‚ÿWindow Commands Other Window Commands.Window Cascade command Cascade windows in workspace.Window Tile command Tile windows in workspace.9Ö9!¶giWindow Close All commandȜ9Ô02€€Ì€¨7á7¨7‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿWindow Close All commandThe Window Close All command closes all of kwindows in kworkspace after querying you to save any changes.Procedure:«ŒÔ«("€€ÌPì^€‚‚€ÿ1. Choose kWindow Close All command from kmenu.2. Answer Yes or No to ksave question, or press Cancel to cancel mcommand .6«6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:Ȗ6È@R€€ÌÈád€‰€‚á2‰€‚á8‰€‚ÿWindow Commands Other Window Commands.File Close command Close a gwindow.File Exit command Close all windows =exit !0.8È8!‡hÿÿWindow 1,2,3... command̦8Ì02€€Ì€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿWindow 1,2,3... commandThe Window 1,2,3... command makes knamed window kactive window =brings it to ktop of kwindow stack, if any.Procedure:wTÌw' €€ÌPì^€‚€ÿ1. Select kwindow you want to activate from kWindow 1,2,3... command list.6w6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:֖6Ö@R€€ÌÈád€‰€‚áf‰€‚áe‰€‚ÿWindow Commands Other Window Commands.Window Cascade command Cascade windows in workspace.Window Tile command Tile windows in workspace.!Ö!!Gÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ&!&#€€ÌȀ‚ÿ- &-!Dialog IndexQ'-Q*&€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ÿDialog IndexDialog Descriptions:ê§QêCX€€ÌÈál€‰€‚ám‰€‚án‰€‚€ÿAccount Editing Dialog Account editing dialog.Transaction Editing Dialog Transaction editing dialog.Investment Editing Dialog Investment editing dialog.-
ê-#€€Ì€‚‚ÿIndex:S'-S,*€€ÌÈဉ€‚ÿHelp Index Index of other topics.'S'$€€ÌPì^€‚ÿ7'7!cÿÿmAccount Editing Dialog—k7£BV€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€át‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿAccount Editing DialogThe Account Editing Dialog lets you create =edit ;?r?;?!1accounts. The minimum information to establish an account Les kName, Type =Starting Balance. Other fields may be filled in as desired to take advantage of advanced features. See kChapter on Setting Up Accounts Imore information.Description:±£€Ҁ€ÌPì^€€‚€€à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€‚€€‚€€‚€€à‰€‚€€‚ÿName: A unique name that identified kaccount. Examples: Checking, Savings, FoodType: Either asset, liability, equity, income or expense.Start Bal: The balance of kaccount when you started using !0.Budget: Your monthly budget Imincome or expense.Category: The category (if any) you want maccount assigned to.Taxes: Denotes whether maccount is taxable or non-taxable.Q Qeœ€€ÌPì^€€‚€€‚€€à ‰€án‰€á{‰€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚ÿAddress/Phone: Location where maccount is kept, if any.Acct Num: Number kbank or financial institution gives to maccount - Irecord keeping.Investment: For stocks, mutual funds, investments - brings up kinvestment editor. See kChapter on Investments Imore information.Another: This button saves maccount =brings up a new account Iadding.Save: This button saves kcurrent account.Cancel: This button cancels all changes Ling any investment editing done. 'Q'$€€ÌPì^€‚ÿ4'4"€€Ì€‚ÿRelated Topics:‚4Â@R€€ÌÈák€‰€‚á?‰€‚át‰€‚ÿDialog Index Other Dialogs.Edit Commands Editing commands.Setting up Accounts Chapter Basics of setting up accounts.;Â;!“
lnTransaction Editing Dialogk=;wBV€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€áu‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿTransaction Editing DialogThe Transaction Editing Dialog lets you create =edit !1transactions The minimum information to establish a transaction Le a date, description, amount, to account =from account. See kEditižFÙFžFng Transactions Chapter Idetailed information.Description:1öw1Qt€€ÌPì^€€‚€€‚€€‚€€€‚€‚€€€‚€‚ÿDate: The transaction date in Month/Day/Year Hmat.Description: A description of ktransaction or payee. Example: Grocery Bill, Rent, etc...Amount: Dollar amount of ktransaction.To: Account to move kmoney to. You may type a name or select from klist.From: Account to move kmoney from. You may type a name or select from klist.Cleared: Check mbox if ktransaction has cleared kbank or other institution.Save: This button saves kcurrent transaction. Ø1 G`€€ÌPì^€€‚€€áx‰€‚€€à"‰€‚ÿCancel: This button cancels all changes =cancels an Add transaction request.Print: Prints kcurrent transaction in check Hmat. This may Hce a setup of your printer if your printer is not currently set I8-1/2" by 3-1/2" landscape checks. See Printing Basics Imore information on ordering =printing checks.Recurring: Copies mtransaction to a recurring transaction record =brings up krecurring transaction dialog described below.' '$€€ÌPì^€‚ÿH%'H#€€Ì€‚‚ÿThe recurring transaction dialog:O5HOG`€€ÌPì^€à‰€áu‰€áL‰€‚‚€€‚ÿThe recurring transaction dialog has ksame fields listed above plus two additional fields. Recurring transactions are run {kUyou specify until jy are removed from krecurring transaction list Ia given account file. See kChapter on Recurring Transactions =kOptions Recurring command Imore information.Ask Iconfirmation checkbox: If marked, !1displays ktransaction Iediting before it enters it when you open a file =ktransaction frequency has passed. Otherwise it is >letely automatic.jCOj*&€€ÌPì^€€‚€ÿFrequency: The frequency {which your transaction will run.6jW#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXµO PžF%ÝW%Jf€€ÌÈák€‰€‚áL‰€‚áu‰€‚áx‰€‚ÿDialog Index Other Dialogs.Options Recurring Transaction Commands Edit recurring transactions.Editing Transaction Basics Basics on editing transactions.Printing Basics Printing checks =other products.:%:!n mÿÿInvestment Editing Dialogƒ[:ƒBV€€Ì€‚€‚à ‰€á{‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿInvestment Editing DialogThe Investment Editing Dialog lets you create =edit !1investments. The buttons on kright allow you to edit kinvestment history, while klist box =displays on kleft show kcurrent history record. See kchapter on investment basics Imore information. Display Description:zHƒzAT€€ÌPì^€€à‰€‚€€‚€€€‚ÿAccount: Shows kcurrent account name =account (not investment) balance.Investment History: Shows a list of previous =current investment records by date =value. All information in kleft column is based on kitem highlighted in mlistbox.Transaction: Shows per transaction information as follows:×´z×5<€€ÌP준€‚€€‚€€‚ÿDescription: A description of kcurrent investment record.Invest: Amount invested or taken Imtransaction only.Shares: Shares Zd Imtransaction only.y_×y' €€ÌPì^€€‚ÿTotal Value: Shows ktotals Iall transactions up to =Ling mone as follows:УyÐ5<€€ÌP준€‚€€‚€€‚ÿValue: Total dollar value of kinvestment.Shares: Total of shares owned as of mrecord date date.Price: Price of investment as of mrecord date.rRÐr' €€ÌPì^€€‚ÿNet Gain: Shows performance totals as of mdate (commissions not Led).ϞrÏ4:€€ÌP준€‚€€€‚€ÿValue: Gain in value (Total value as of mdate minus amount invested).Percent: Strictly Total value as of record date over total amount invested.'ÏC$€€ÌPì^€‚ÿXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXÉW X1QF'CF#€€Ì€‚‚ÿControls Ikinvestment dialog:œpFœJf€€ÌPì^€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚€€‚ÿAdd: Adds a new investment history record to klist.Edit: Edits kcurrently highlighted investment history record.Delete: Deletes khighlighted investment history record.Quit: Quits kinvestment editing dialog, saving all records.Remove: Completely wipes out all investment records =deleted investment history Imaccount.Reminder: Allows you to enter an investment record in similar fashion to recurring transactions. You will automatically be reminded to enter jse investment records when kspecified Uhas passed =you open maccount file. Great Imonthly investments!tTœt*&€€ÌPì^€€‚€ÿAuto Tx: If checked, automatically generates real account transactions that mirror kinvestment history transactions =displays jm every oyou add an investment transaction either using kAdd button or Reminder feature above. This allows your account balance to match your amount invested as you add money to an investment.6t6#€€Ì€‚‚ÿRelated Topics:½6Jf€€ÌÈák€‰€‚ál‰€‚áN‰€‚á{‰€‚ÿDialog Index Other Dialogs.Account Editing Dialog Account editing dialog.Options Investments Commands Edit investments.Investment Basics A full description of investments.!!!Gÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ&!&#€€ÌȀ‚ÿ+&+!ç!1Basics†j+†,*€€Ì€‚€‚€‚‚‚ÿ!1ManualAssociation of Shareware Professionals (ASP) MemberIndex to !1Manual:6 †Br¶€€ÌÈáq€‰€‚ár‰€‚ás‰€‚át‰€‚áu‰€‚áv‰€‚áw‰€‚áx‰€‚ÿ1. Introduction to !0 Introduction to kManual.2. Setting up !0 How to load, enter, =exit !0.3. !1files How to open, close =backup !1files.4. Setting up your accounts Establishing =editing your accounts.5. Entering T^—^æ]ransactions Entering =editing transactions.6. !1reports Creating =printing reports.7. !1graphs Creating =printing graphs.8. Printing Basics Printing Checks, Graphs, Reports, =Views.JBJMl€€ÌÈáy€‰€‚áz‰€‚á{‰€‚á|‰€‚€ÿ9. Recurring Transactions Automate your regular bills.10. Setting up Categories Setting up account categories.11. Investment accounts Handle stocks, mutual funds, =klike.12. Ending kYear Rolling out transactions at kend of kyear.7J7#€€Ì€‚‚ÿMain Help Index:L 7L,*€€ÌÈဉ€‚ÿHelp Index Index of helps.'L'$€€ÌPì^€‚ÿ5'5!ÿÿrIntroduction to !0„ 5„7@€€Ì€‚€‚€€‚‚‚€€‚‚ÿ1. Introduction to !0Why s!0?Why s a tool like !0? You may not need it? If you are already financially secure, are not worried about where your money is coming from or going to, =not interested in establishing a budget or tracking investments jre is no reason to smproduct. Unfortunately, krest of us do need a tool like !1to help us better manage our !=make financial decisions.About !0!1is a full featured tool Ifinancial management. It is scaleable. You are not Hced to sfeatures you don't want to r. If you don't want a budget, don't establish one. If you don't care about account categories, don't sjm. If you'd rather track your investments using a spreadsheet, jn you are not Hced to enter jm here. We designed it to be simple, but we have kfeatures to satisfy kmore demanding t. 0^„<5<€€Ì€‚‚‚€€‚á$‰€‚ÿMy advice: start small =learn kadvanced features as you go. The key is to start =start soon. If you start now, you'll have a base of information to make decisions from. If you start later, you'll continue to make many of your decisions blindly.e!1is marketed as Shareware, but it is not free. You are given c†fÍba 30 day qUto decide if you want to [kh. The full Qis contained in j Qhelp selection. Basically it says we're not responsible Iany damages whatsoever that result from using mproduct, =that you agree to ^er kproduct if you sit outside of k30 day qT. The Association of Shareware Professionals Ombudsman statement is at kend of kP. They mediate problems between us =kpublic. They do not Ytechnical support.Ì<Ì,*€€Ì€‚€€‚‚‚‚ÿDefinition of SharewareShareware distribution gives ua chance to try ibefore buying it. If you try a Shareware W=continue using it, you are expected to ^er. Individual Vs differ on details -- some request ^ration while others require it, some specify a maximum qT. With ^ration, you get ksimple right to continue using ki=an updated V.Copyright laws apply to both Shareware =commercial h, =kcopyright holder retains all rights, {a few specific exceptions as stated below. Shareware authors are accomplished Vmers, just like commercial authors, =kVs are of >arable quality. (In both cases, jre are good Vs =bad ones!) The main difference is in kmethod of distribution. The author specifically grants kright to copy =distribute kh, either to all =sundry or to a specific group. For example, some authors require written permission before a commercial disk vendor may copy jir Shareware.AÌ/0€€Ì€‚‚‚€€‚‚€ÿShareware is a distribution method, not a type of h. You should find ithat suits your needs =pocketbook, whether it's commercial or Shareware. The Shareware system makes fitting your needs easier, because you can try before you buy. And because koverhead is low, prices are low also. Shareware has kultimate money-back guarantee -- if you don't skproduct, you don't pay Iit.RegisteringWe're not going to do any arm twisting about ^ering. We distribute full working copies of !1{kunderstanding that you are a responsible person who recognizes a ivalue. TheÂiŽmÍb only difference between kwyou have in your hands =k^ered wis kannoying reminder dialogs that come up when you start !0. Registering gets rid of those =also gets you kvery latest v, not to mention heavy discounts on upgrades. To ^er, print k'register.txt' file to kprinter either from kwindows notepad utility or using kDOS PRINT command. Fill out kHm =send it in {payment.p±p5<€€Ì€‚‚€‚‚‚‚‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿBenefits of Registration: - A disk (720k or 360k) Ling klatest wof !1{documentation & examples. - A coupon Ia free upgrade to knext wif you postmark your order before Dec 31, 1992. ---> Two vs Ikprice of one! - A 90 day Sxy {mail support. (see QIdetails). - All of kannoying reminder dialogs are removed. - Notification =nice discounts Ilater vs.HELP!!1has >rehensive help features Ling mentire manual online. Our original point =press '?' (question mark) icon on ktoolbar changes kmouse cursor into an arrow {a question mark. Press kmenu selection or item you want help on =it magically appears. The same can be done {kShift+F1 key. You can also press F1 anywhere (including dialogs) to get context sensitive help. You won't find jse features in just any piece of d!:p:&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿRelated Topics:‰t:‰6>€€ÌÈáp€‰€‚ár‰€‚ÿ!1Manual Manual I!0.Setting up !0 How to load, enter, =exit !0.0‰0!!
qsSetting up !0n‚0z..€€Ì€‚€‚€‚€‚ÿ2. Setting up !0From Registered Disks: Running SetupIf you took kplunge =^ered !0, you will have a Won kdistribution disk called "setup.exe" which will create a directory of your choice on your hard drive =step through copying kfiles to your disk. Just run mWfrom kWmanager using kFile Run command. When setup is started it will ask Iksource device (usually A:\ or B:\) =a destination directory (C:\SMITH is kdefault). If you are instalÐuvÐuling from or to some other directory, type kpaths in jse two fields. The defaults are good Imost people.?bz?,*€€Ì€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿSetup will copy all kfiles to kdirectory specified =jn set kEup in your Wmanager in a group called 'Money 0'. You can copy or move kicon to another Wgroup using kWmanager if you please. If files are packed (360k disks Iexample) Setup will automatically unpack =remove kself extracting archive (smitharc.exe).From kesource:Odds are pretty good you downloaded mfrom a bulletin board or copied it from a buddy. Odds are equally good kWis >acted in some way. The most popular file >action Vs follow:%?%"€€Ì€‚ÿO!%O14€€Ì@쀂ƒ‚‚‚ƒ‚‚‚ƒ‚‚‚ƒ‚ÿSelf Extracting Archive example: smithpak.exe - you need to runsmith.exePKZIP Hmat: example: smith.zip - you need to run pkunzip smith.zipPKARC Hmat: example smith.arc - you need to runpkunpak smith.arcLHARC Hmat: example smith.lzh - you need to runlharc x smith.lzh¸ÖO¸,*€€Ì€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿYou can get all three of jse eunpacking Wfrom you nearest bulletin board or a local ugroup. Other packing Vs are popular, so ask kperson you got kWfrom what to r. Use ksetup Wdescribed above to install from floppy or hard drive after you unpack kfiles.The Setup Destination DirectoryBecause !1is large =you might eventually have several files packed in you will probably want a unique directory to put it in. It can be anywhere on your hard disk you have enough space. The setup.exe Wwill let you choose a directory =copy kfiles to it. Fill in kdestination directory edit box under ksetup V. The default is c:\smith.&¸&#€€ÌȀ‚ÿXž&d/0€€Ì€‚€‚‚€‚€‚ÿStarting !0:Double click k!1icon after setting it up using ksetup V. Another method is selecting k'Run' command from kWmanager menu =typing kpath to !0.ing Window:Aside froå~ Ðum kannoying dialogs, !1will bring up a licensing window kfirst oyou run it. This window lets you type in your name =read kP. For ^ered t, enter k^ration number off of your ^ered disk. If you agree to kQterms, choose I agree =continue. If you have problems {kterms you can disagree =it will exit kV. You only need to do monce.ùÎdùAT€€Ì€‚€‚€á8‰€á8‰€‚‚€‚ÿExiting !0:To exit you can double click k!1system menu box, or choose kSystem Close command from ksystem menu box or choose j File Exit Command. Related Topics:‰vù‰6>€€ÌÈáp€‰€‚ás‰€‚ÿ!1Manual Manual I!0.!1files How to open, close =backup !1files.*‰*!‹
rt!1Filest{*tKh€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€‚‚€‚€á1‰€át‰€‚ÿ3. !1FilesAll !1data Ia particular set of accounts is stored in one gfile {a ".ACT" extension. You might keep one !1file Iall of your home accounts =another Ia small business. You can name !1files any way you choose as long as you keep k".ACT" extension.For kBeginner:The easiest way to establish accounts is to sone of ksample !1".ACT" files distributed {!0. Just open a file (HOME.ACT is a good starting point) using kFile Open command =edit kaccounts to reflect your own starting balances =budgets. ¡t©E\€€Ì€‚€‚€á0‰€‚‚€‚€á3‰€‚ÿCreating a new !1File:Creating an empty !1file is easy. Just choose kFile New command from kmenu, =add accounts =transactions as you please. Be sure to save kfile when you Exit from !1or your work will be lost.Saving a !1File:Choose kFile Save command from kmenu, or press kF3 key to save kcurrently active !1file. If you have not given mfile a name, you will be prompted to type one now. You don't need to type k".ACT" file extension since it is assumed. If you have kStatus Bar on, you should see kname =size ƒ…ñ‚of kfile on kstatus bar after saving it..©.W€€€Ì€‚€‚€á1‰€á9‰€à‰€‚‚€‚€áP‰€‚ÿOpening an existing File:Choose kFile Open command, or select kfile from knumbered list at kbottom of kFile menu. The name =size of kfile will appear on kStatus Bar after kfile has been opened. Only transactions Ikcurrent month will be visible in ktransaction views.Passwords:!1has a password feature to prevent unauthorized people from looking at your private files. You can enable mfeature on any file using kOptions Set Password command. Just type in a new password twice (so jy match) =it is set. Anyone attempting to open kfile will be asked kpassword. If jy put kwrong password in, jy can't open it. Don't Hget your password, or you won't be able to open it either!Œh.Œ8B€€Ì€‚€‚€á4‰€‚‚€‚ÿCopying, Backing Up, =Saving as another name:To copy, backup, or save your file to another file, just open kfile as described above jn choose kFile Save As command. Select or type in kdirectory desired, jn type in knew file name. Press kOK button to save kfile, or kCancel button to cancel ksave. Related Topics:ŠmŒŠ6>€€ÌÈáp€‰€‚át‰€‚ÿ!1Manual Manual I!0.Setting up your Accounts Setting up !1Accounts.9Š9!äsuSetting up your AccountsP9\]Œ€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€‚ÿ4. Setting up your AccountsEverything you want to track using !1should be an account. Accounts represent actual accounts or property (called assets), real loans, leins or liabilities, your net worth which in !1is called equity, =your income =expenses. A real key to tracking your finances is setting up a good set of accounts. If you have too many, your decisions will be clouded by a bunch of trivial data. If you have too few, you won't be able to track what'|µ|s really going on. In general its best to start {a few accounts =grow as you go. You can make up new accounts while typing transactions by just typing in an account name that does not exist, so jre is no reason to knock yourself out {accounts to start.Å—\Å`’€€Ì€‚€€‚à‰€áC‰€áF‰€‚‚€‚€á1‰€á?‰€‚ÿAccount View:It's easiest to work on accounts from kaccount view. Choose kView Account command or press k'Accts' button on ktoolbar to view accounts. Account View shows a list of all of your accounts listed alphabetically by type, {jir starting =ending balances.For kBeginner:The easiest way to establish accounts is to sone of ksample !1".ACT" files distributed {!0. Just open a file (HOME.ACT is a good starting point) using kFile Open command =edit kaccounts to reflect your own starting balances =budgets. Delete kones you don't need =add others as you go. Kōr¶€€Ì€‚€‚€á>‰€‚‚€€‚ál‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€‚ÿAdding Accounts:To add an account choose kEdit Add command or press k'+' toolbar button next to k'Accts' button. Fill kaccount dialog as described below.Filling kAccount DialogAt a minimum, fill in kName, Type =Starting Balance or Budget fields in kAccount Dialog. Use ktab key to move from field to field. Other fields are optional =can be filled later. The name is any unique account name like 'Checking' or 'Savings'. The type is assets, liability, equity(net worth), income or expense.The starting balance represents kaccount balance at kbeginning of kmonth you start using !0. The budget is a monthly expected income or expense Ikaccount. Press cto save kaccount =bring up another. Press kCancel button to stop adding accounts.•{¡<J€€Ì€‚€‚€á?‰€ál‰€‚ÿEditing Accounts:You've entered your accounts, but messed up a few. Select koffending acco֓c—|unt by pushing it {kmouse or using karrow keys to highlight it while still in account view. Choose kEdit Edit command or press k'*' toolbar button next to k'Accts' button. Double clicking kaccount or pressing kEnter key from account view also works. Any of jse will bring up kAccount Dialog. Use ktab key or mouse to move to kfield you want to change =either type or select knew value. Press 'Save' or kEnter key to save your changes. Press kcancel key to skip your changes.#÷¡#E\€€Ì€‚€‚€à‰€á@‰€á;‰€‚ÿDeleting Accounts:You have an account that's no longer needed, or maybe you're just deleting an account from one of our examples. Before you can delete an account, you must make sure jre are no transactions against it. If jre are, !1will tell you. Select kaccount you want to delete from account view using kmouse or arrow keys jn choose kEdit Delete command or kEdit Cut command or press k'-' (minus) button next to k'Acct' button on ktoolbar. #5<€€Ì€‚áE‰€áI‰€‚ÿ!1will prompt you to make sure you want it deleted. If you still have transactions assigned to kaccount, !1won't delete kaccount. To find jse transactions you can select kaccount =switch to 'Register' view by choosing kView Register command or pressing k'Register' button on ktoolbar. You may need to change kdate to view all transactions since by default !1shows only kcurrent month. Delete or edit jse transactions =assign jm to another account.ˆlˆ/0€€Ì€‚€‚€‚‚€‚ÿLimitations:You are currently Sto 200 accounts in a g!1file.Related Topics:œˆœ6>€€ÌÈáp€‰€‚áu‰€‚ÿ!1Manual Manual I!0.Editing Transactions How to enter, edit, =delete !1transactions.6œ6! tvEntering TransactionsoI6{02€€Ì€‚€‚à‰€‚ÿ5. Entering TransactionsAny flow of money from one acc`Ÿ–Ÿ`Ÿount to another is called a transaction. You can find kmost obvious examples of transactions by opening your checkbook. When you write a check to pay your electric bill you are creating a transaction from your checkbook account to your 'Electric' expense account. When you make a credit card Z, you create a transaction from your 'Mastercard' account to kappropriate 'Expense' account. When you pay off that Credit Card you create a transaction from your 'Checking' account to your 'Mastercard' account.îÆ{î\Š€€Ì€‚€‚€‚ƒ‚ƒ‚‚‚€‚€à‰€áD‰€áC‰€áE‰€‚ÿThinking Transactions:It takes a while to think in terms of transactions. The two primary questions are: 'Where's kmoney coming from?' ='Where's kmoney going to?'If you have both of jse you are ready to enter transactions. Transaction =Register View:!1has two ways to look at transactions. You probably want to be in one of jse views when editing transactions. Transaction view shows you all of your transactions Ikcurrent month. You can get to transaction view using kView Transaction command or by pressing k'Txact' button on ktoolbar. Register view shows ktransactions Ionly kcurrent account (Checking Iexample). This view is great if you're working from just one account. To get to ^er view you first need to set kcurrent account to kone you want from kAccount View. Then choose kView Register command or press k'Register' button on ktoolbar.AîMNn€€Ì€‚€‚€áI‰€‚‚€‚€á>‰€áF‰€‚ÿDates:The current dates determine which transactions are viewable =what account balances you see. By default !1sets kaccounting dates to reflect kcurrent month. If you want to see another month or several months you need to skView Date command to change kcurrent dates.Adding Transactions:To add transactions, make sure you are either in Transaction or Register view =jn choose kEdit Add command or press ¢ÿ¥`Ÿk'+' (plus) button next to k'Txact' button on ktoolbar. ‚vM‚38€€Ì€‚€‚€ám‰€‚ÿFilling kTransaction Dialog:To fill ktransaction dialog, first enter kdate =check number (if any) of ktransaction. Next enter kpayee (for a check) or description of ktransaction. The amount in dollars goes in knext field. Finally you can put in kTo =From accounts by either typing kname or selecting jm from kCombo Box. The cleared checkbox is rd to help reconcile your account =is usually checked once ktransaction has cleared kbank. Press 'Another' or kEnter key to save mtransaction =bring up another. Press Save or Cancel to stop adding transactions.‚38€€Ì€‚€‚€ál‰€‚ÿMaking up Accounts on kfly:A powerful feature of !1is that it allows you to make up new accounts while entering transactions. Suppose you have a new bill or expense that didn't exist before. While in ktransaction editor you just need to type in knew account name in either k'To' or 'From' field. When you try to save mtransaction !1will ask you if you want to add knew account =bring up kAccount Editing Dialog to let you add it. All zout skipping a beat.ì)`’€€Ì€‚€‚€à"‰€áy‰€‚‚€‚€á?‰€ám‰€áF‰€‚ÿRecurring Transactions on kFly:!1lets you automate repetitive bills =transactions using recurring transactions. Pressing k'Recurring' button lets you do l. The topic is fully covered in kchapter on Recurring Transactions.Editing Transactions:From either transaction or ^er view select ktransaction you want to change {karrow keys or mouse. Choose kEdit Edit command or press kEnter key to bring up ktransaction dialog. Double clicking ktransaction or pressing k'*' (star) button next to k'Txact' button on ktoolbar also works. Use ktab key or mouse to move to kfield you want to make changes on =press kEnter key or Save to save your changes.XXXX㬠°`ŸÄ‹)ÄW€€€Ì€‚€€‚á@‰€á;‰€‚‚€‚€á6‰€áx‰€‚ÿDeleting Transactions:From transaction or ^er view, select ktransaction you want to delete using kmouse or arrow keys. Choose kEdit Delete command or kEdit Cut command or press k'-' (minus) button next to k'Txact' button on ktoolbar. Confirm your deletion by pressing 'Yes'. All your account balances are updated automatically.Printing Transactions:You can print transactions from any of ktransaction views using kFile Print command. You can also print checks if you have a capable printer =tractor fed business checks of kright type. See kchapter on Printing Imore information.Ä/0€€Ì€‚€‚€‚‚€‚ÿLimitations:The number of transactions is Sby kamount of memory Windows can allocate =a Wlimitation. Each transaction takes approximately 64 bytes =!1places a limitation of 32,767 transactions itself.Related Topics:f6>€€ÌÈáp€‰€‚áv‰€‚ÿ!1Manual Manual I!0.!1reports Creating =printing reports.,,!…uw!1Reports„a,[ˆ€€Ì€‚€‚€€‚à‰€‚‚€‚€áR‰€á2‰€ái‰€‚ÿ6. !1ReportsAutomatic ReportsNow that you have entered tons of financial trivia, what do you do {it? A great starting point is to print a few reports. Reports tell you lots of interesting things like where your money is coming from =going to. They tell you your net worth. They help you balance your checkbook. Lets look at some !1reports.Using Reports:You create a report window using one of kcommands under kReport Menu. Report windows are documents of jir very own. The great thing about mis that jy update automatically. If you add a transaction or change a balance kreport changes magically. You don't need to recreate it. You can maximize your report, minimize jm to an icon, tile jm to appear side by side, =do just about anything i´•´i´you want to jm. They even have jir own menu of commands Iprinting, copying, saving to a text file, etc... Two important commands to know are kFile Close command =j Window 1,2,3 command since jse let you exit kreport or just switch back to your !1account window.55Hb€€Ì€‚€‚€áQ‰€‚‚€áS€‰€‚€‚ÿSetting kReport/Graph TitleUse kOptions Report Title command to change ktitle that appears at ktop of all reports =graphs.The Balance (Net Worth) Statement: Report Balance Statement commandThe balance statement gives you a snapshot of your current value or net worth. It shows you all your Assets (Great), all of your Liabilities (Not so great!) =your Equity (Net Worth). The percentages are nice because jy show you where your money is really tied up. Equity is interesting because it shows both your starting equity (The sum of all of your starting balances) from when you started using !0, =your retained earnings a fancy word Ihow much money you've earned =kept in one Hm or another since starting to s!0.959?P€€Ì€‚€áT€‰€‚€á`‰€‚ÿThe Income (Cash Flow) Statement: Report Income Statement commandThe Income Statement shows you totals of all of your income accounts =expense accounts Ikcurrent dates. Percentages show you where your money is coming from =going to. You'll probably be surprised by some of kexpense percentages. The bottom line on mstatement is your net income which represents all your income minus all your expenses. If mis a positive value you are in good shape. If it's negative, you may be in trouble since you are spending more dollars than you are taking in. Take a hard look at your expenses (the Graph Expense command might help) =your budget report (below) to try to get spending under control. Decide what you can do zout =stick to it.+ 976>€€Ì€‚€áU€‰€‚€‚ÿThe Budget Report: Report Budget Report commandZ¼“¿i´The budget report helps you >are your monthly budget against actual spending. It shows kdifference between kbudget you set Ieach income or expense account =kamount you actually spent. The difference is shown both in dollars =as a percent. By tightly monitoring mreport =modifying your budget to better reflect reality you may be able to bring up that Net Income figure from kIncome Report =live a little more financially secure.)(7)6>€€Ì€‚€áU€‰€‚€‚ÿThe Tax Summary Report: Report Tax Summary commandIf you have been vigilant all year long =entered data Ia whole year, mreport might help you fill out kold 1040 Hm. Basically it just totals kincome =expense accounts you marked as Taxable or Non-taxable =prints ktotals out. This might help remind you of k$10 bucks you gave to charity, or $100 you earned on that stock that you Hgot about. !1will not do your taxes, however. It won't even attempt to estimate your taxes since tax laws change annually =I'm just not ready Ithat kind of litigation. Several commercial Vs are out Impurpose although a discount tax preparer probably costs no more than kh. You don't need to teach yourself how to sa tax preparer either!) ?P€€Ì€‚€áW€‰€‚€áe‰€‚ÿThe Reconcile Account Report: Report Reconcile Current Account commandThe monthly checking statement comes in =as usual it doesn't match. You bring up !1=switch to kRegister view Iyour checking account. You patiently walk through =mark all of kcleared transactions using ktransaction editor. What now? Bring up kreconcile current account report. It shows where your account balance differs from your cleared balance. What's better its a !1report, so you can tile it side by side {your transactions using kWindow Tile Command (F4 key) As you clear =edit your transactions, kreport changes to reflect new balances automatically. In a few minutes you can balance your checkbook using ÊÁóÄi´!0.b, bHb€€Ì€‚€áX€‰€‚à€‰€áz‰€‚ÿThe Category Report: Report Category Report commandCategories are better covered in kchapter on Account Categories. Basically a category is a collection of accounts you want to group together. It may be an investment portfolio, consumer debt, your entertainment expense accounts, or just about anything. This report shows you kcurrent balances of all kaccounts in your categories =totals jm Iyou. Percentages let you see how much gaccounts affect kcategory balance. This is a nice advanced account feature.+b+Hb€€Ì€‚€áY€‰€‚à €‰€á{‰€‚ÿThe Investment Report: Report Investment Summary commandInvestments are better covered in kchapter on Investments. Basically an investment is a special account {investment transactions kept on it. This lets you track kvalue of a stock or mutual fund easily zout messing up knice neat double entry accounting system that !1rs Iregular balances. The investment report shows all your investment transactions =kcurrent values =con all your investments.Ͳ+Í/0€€Ì€‚€‚€‚‚€‚ÿLimitations:You can only have a total of 10 combined report =graph windows active on a g!1file. This is not a problem Imost t.Related Topics:é7@€€ÌÈáp€‰€‚áw‰€‚‚ÿ!1Manual Manual I!0.!1Graphs Creating =printing graphs.++!
vx!1Graphs‚x+Ž[ˆ€€Ì€‚€‚€€‚à‰€‚‚€‚€á[‰€á2‰€ái‰€‚ÿ7. !1GraphsAutomatic GraphsAnother great way to look at your finances is using !1graphs. Graphs often let you see things that are not so obvious in knumbers. !1creates graph windows that get automatically updated as kunderlying data changes just like !1reportsUsing Graphs:You create a graph window using one of kcommands under kGraph Menu. Graph windows are docîÍÎîÍuments of jir very own. The great thing about mis that jy update automatically. If you add a transaction or change a balance kgraph changes magically. You don't need to recreate it. You can maximize your graph, minimize jm to an icon, tile jm to appear side by side, =do just about anything you want to jm. They even have jir own menu of commands Iprinting, copying, saving to a text file, etc... Two important commands to know are kFile Close command =j Window 1,2,3 command since jse let you exit kgraph or just switch back to your !1account window. You can copy your graph to kclipboard =read it into any graphical Wlike paint.5žŽ5©$€Ì€‚€‚€áQ‰€‚‚€á\€‰€‚á]€‰€‚á^€‰€‚á_€‰€‚á`€‰€‚€à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€à‰€‚ÿSetting kReport/Graph TitleUse kOptions Report Title command to change ktitle that appears at ktop of all reports =graphs.The Assets Graph: Graph Assets commandThe Liability Graph: Graph Liability commandThe Equity Graph: Graph Equity commandThe Income Graph: Graph Income commandThe Expense Graph: Graph Expense commandAll of jse graphs display a pie graph of accounts of kgiven type, either assets, liability, equity(net worth), income or expense. It's important to note that only accounts {positive balances are graphed. I don't have an easy method Igraphing negative pie slices.Ç›5ÓKh€€Ì€‚€áa€‰€‚€‚‚€áb€‰€‚€‚ÿThe Category Graph: Graph Category commandThe category graph lets you select a category from your list or categories =kshows kcategory >osition in a pie graph. This is great Iseeing how an investment portfolio is diversified, Iexample.The Current Investment Graph: Graph Current Investment commandThe graph current investment command lets you see bar graphs of kprice, value or chistory Ia selected investment account. Just make sure you sel§ÒÜÕîÍect kaccount you want to graph from account view first or you'll get an error when you try to graph a non-investment. The bar graphs show all of your investment history =might help in deciding what to do {a stock or mutual fund. Note: Returns are calculated as total value over total investment =are not annualized or otherwise convoluted, so you need to be careful when making decisions based on jse values. ͲÓÍ/0€€Ì€‚€‚€‚‚€‚ÿLimitations:You can only have a total of 10 combined report =graph windows active on a g!1file. This is not a problem Imost t.Related Topics:’o͒6>€€ÌÈáp€‰€‚áx‰€‚ÿ!1Manual Manual I!0.Printing Manual Printing graphs, reports, views =checks.0’0!§wyPrinting BasicsX+0X-,€€Ì€‚€‚€€‚ÿ8. Printing BasicsWhat can I print?á­Xá?P€€ÌȀà‰€à‰€à‰€‚‚ÿYou can print any graph, report, or view. If you have kright printer =order some checks as described below, you can also print checks using !0. <á<"€€Ì€‚ÿPrinting: General Tips:oK<o6>€€ÌȀá7‰€á6‰€‚‚ÿMake sure your printer is properly setup before using it. For graphs, reports =views, kFile Print command prints kcurrently active window. A printing dialog shows kcurrent document =page. You can press kCancel button on kprint dialog to cancel a print in progress or skWindows Print Manager.4o4"€€Ì€‚ÿPrinting Views:Œr4Œ6>€€ÌȀá6‰€áH‰€‚‚ÿPrinting any !1view is easy. Select kview you want to print =choose kFile Print command. Your current view, either account, transaction, or ^er, will be printed on kprinter. You can toggle kGrid lines off of kview using kView Grid command to speed printing if you like. Most printers print slowed when printing kGrid.6ŒB"€€Ì€VÞâßÛ‚ÿPrinting Reports:d;Bd5<€€ÌȀáR‰€á6‰€‚ÿPrinting a report is also very easy. Create kreport you want to print using kReport Commands or activate a previously created report window. Choose kFile Print command to print kreport. Make sure you have a fixed pitch font selected Ikprinter or your columns may not line up properly.;d;&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿPrinting Graphs:â;>N€€ÌȀá[‰€á6‰€á<‰€‚ÿYou first need to create a graph using kGraph Commands, or activate a previous graph by pressing it {kmouse. You can stwo methods to print a graph. One is to print using kFile Print command. This produces a full page graph. If you want a smaller graph or want to import kgraph somewhere you can skEdit Copy command to copy kgraph to kclipboard =import it into Windows Write, Paintbrush or a like application =print it from jre.&&#€€ÌȀ‚ÿ9&9%€€Ì€€‚ÿOrdering Checks:ð9/0€€ÌȀá7‰€‚€ÿBefore you can print any checks, you need to order some. Before ordering some, I recommend you perform a little test to make sure your printer will support check size paper. !1supports general purpose tracter fed Business size checks of 8-1/2" by 3-1/2" size =prints jm in Landscape mode. If your Windows printer driver does not support 8-1/2" by 3-1/2" paper size in Landscape mode, odds are kchecks won't work. You can check musing kPrinter Setup command, pressing kSetup button, =looking at klist of paper sizes. You can also choose kPrint button from kTransaction Dialog which will Hce you to set your printer paper size if not set correctly. You can try a few on plain paper before you order.qYq' €€ÌȀ‚€‚ÿ!1has been tested {kfollowing check styles: 091013 =091004 from:œvq¨("€€Ì‘€€‚‚‚‚‚ÿDeluxe Business =Computer Forms3660 Victoria Street North*ç›çÛP.O. Box 64046St. Paul, MN 54164-00461-800-328-0304âá¨â%€€ÌȀ‚‚‚ÿThey are quite nice people =will be happy to send you a catalog. !1will likely work {most of kDual Purpose (one check =one blank page {check number Irecords) checks {a little vertical adjustment. They are not konly ones that print checks, jy just happened to be kones I got my samples from. Many other reputable >anies make checks that work, just sdiscretion =common sense before sinking a bundle in custom printed checks.5â5"€€Ì€‚ÿPrinting Checks:ïë5ï,*€€ÌȀám‰€‚ÿChecks are printed directly from your transactions. First make sure your printer is set up {kchecks in it, Hm size set to 8-1/2" wide by 3-1/2" high landscape mode. Next bring up ktransaction dialog to enter or edit a check =press kPrint button. If your paper size is wrong, !1will let you change it from here. Otherwise your check should be printed twice, once on kcheck =once on kreceipt page. The transaction 'Description' field willbe printed on k'Pay to kOrder of' line. The To account address, if any, will be printed below that, =ktransaction date =amount will be printed in kappropriate columns. You may need to adjust your printer allignment to match kchecks exactly.¦~ï¦*&€€ÌȀ‚€‚€ÿBe sure to adjust your printer page size back to koriginal when you change from checks back to paper on your printer.:¦:&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿRelated Topics:Œg:Œ6>€€ÌÈáp€‰€‚áy‰€‚ÿ!1Manual Manual I!0.Recurring Transactions Automate your regular bills.7Œ7!S xzRecurring TransactionsÒ­7ÞId€€Ì€‚€‚€€‚à"‰€à ‰€á{‰€‚ÿ9. Recurring TransactionsWhat's a recurring transaction?Another great feature of !1is kability to automate transactions so you don't go crazy every month entering transactions. These are calleµîìîµîd recurring transactions. A recurring transaction is a transaction that happens {some regular frequency. A checkbox lets you either totally automate ktransaction so you don't even know it was added or else have !1bring ktransaction up when you open kfile so you can edit it or cancel it. Don't srecurring transactions Iinvestments. The investment chapter describes an investment reminder service that is better Impurpose.ÁÞÁNn€€Ì€‚€‚€á?‰€à‰€ám‰€‚‚€‚€‚ÿCreating Recurring Transactions keasy way:The easy way to create a recurring transaction is to bring up an existing transaction Iediting using kEdit Edit command from transaction or ^er view. Then press k'Recurring' button in ktransaction dialog to bring up krecurring transaction dialog.Filling kRecurring Transaction Dialog:Fill in kdialog as you normally would any . The date is kstarting date of ktransaction which should be sometime in kfuture. Check or uncheck k'Confirm...' checkbox depending on if you want to confirm mtransaction or have it be fully automatic. Generally if a transaction is ksame amount each month =you're not interested in putting a check number in, make it fully automatic. Otherwise make sure you have kConfirm box checked. Check kfrequency as appropriate. Press Save to save or Cancel to cancel maddition.‡dÁ“<J€€Ì€‚€‚€áL‰€ám‰€‚ÿEditing Recurring Transactions:The Options Recurring Transactions command ='Recur' button on ktoolbar both bring up a list of recurring transactions =let you add to, edit, or delete from klist. The basic procedure is to select ktransaction you want to work {from klist box, jn press k'Add', 'Edit' or 'Delete' button to bring up ktransaction editor or a delete confirmation. The run button Hces an out of cycle transaction to be created but does nothing to kregular schedule of recurring transactions. The 'Quit' button leaves krecurring traÊñ‹õµînsaction editor.#“#38€€Ì€‚€‚€‚‚€‚€‚ÿRunning Recurring Transactions:To normally run recurring transactions you don't do anything. It automatically happens when you open kfile. Just make sure your system clock is set right before you run !0. You can Hce an out of cycle recurring transaction by pressing k'Run' button from krecurring transaction editor described in kprevious paragraph. Limitations:!1has a limitation of 40 recurring transactions active on one !1file. This is not a problem Imost home t.:#:&€€Ì€‚€‚ÿRelated Topics:h:6>€€ÌÈáp€‰€‚áz‰€‚ÿ!1Manual Manual I!0.Setting up Categories Setting up account categories.<<!éy{Defining Account CategoriesÝ<Nn€€Ì€‚€‚€€‚à‰€áX‰€áa‰€‚‚€‚ÿ10. Defining Account CategoriesWhat's an Account Category?An account category is nothing more than a group of accounts you want to occasionally see together. Examples Le investment portfolios, your IRA accounts, =expense groupings like living expenses, entertainment expenses =klike. The Report Category command =Graph Category command let you analyze jse categories once you set jm up.Creating Categories kEasy Way (on kfly):âòî"€€Ì€‚ÿThe easy way to create categories is to assign jm as you build or edit your accounts. From account view select an account you want in kcategory =edit it by double clicking it {kmouse or pressing kEnter key. This will bring up kAccount Dialog which has a field called 'Category' which by default has a value of '(None)'. Use ktab key or mouse to move kcursor jre =type in kname of your new category. Press kEnter key or kSave button to save ktransaction =!1will ask if you want to add mnew category. Press Yes. Now you can edit kother accounts you want in your category, but now you can skdrop down list of categDû]ýûories to select knewly added category rather than typing it.íî>N€€Ì€‚€‚€‚‚€‚€€‚€‚€‚ÿEditing Categories:You can add, edit, =delete categories using kOptions Category command. The basic process is to select kcategory you want to act on jn press k'Add', 'Edit' or 'Delete' button. It is important to note that you will get an error if you delete a category {accounts defined in it.Limitations:Currently an account can only be assigned to one category at a n. You can only have 30 categories defined Ione !1file.Related Topics:“r“6>€€ÌÈáp€‰€‚á{‰€‚ÿ!1Manual Manual I!0.Investment accounts Handle stocks, mutual funds, =klike.=“=!±z|Creating Investment AccountsáÑ=á7@€€Ì€‚€‚€€‚à ‰€‚ÿ11. Investment AccountsWhat's an Investment Account?An investment account is a normal !1account {an added investment history. The investment history records keeps track of kprice, value, =money invested in a security like a stock or mutual fund. The reason Ikeeping it separate from regular account balances =transactions is to maintain ksanity of kstandard double entry accounting system rd by !0. Automatic transaction features help you to keep your investment balance =account balance in sync. The advantage of an investment account is it helps you track kvalue of your investments zout destroying ksimplicity of a standard cost accounting system.'÷á3Ml€€Ì€‚€‚€à‰€ál‰€án‰€‚‚€€‚ÿ Establishing an Investment Account:Some small investment examples are Led in ksample account files {!0. To add your own create an account as you normally would, jn edit it by double clicking kaccount or pressing kEnter key on it in account view. From kAccount Editing Dialog, press kInvestment button to bring up kInvestment Editing Dialog. Press k'Add' button to add a new investment trans.ñaction. Filling in an Investment History Record<J3<"€€Ì€‚ÿPut a description, dollar amount invested, =price in Iksecurity. The number of shares are >uted from kdollar amount =price. When you save your record, a corresponding regular transaction will be displayed {ksame information to update kunderlying account {knew investment. Fill min =save if you wish. This double entry system maintains kbalance of kunderlying account zout having its value fluctuate {kprice of ksecurity. This feature is enabled =disabled using k'AutoTx' button in kInvestment editing dialog.Z3<ZNn€€Ì€‚€‚€‚‚€‚€án‰€áb‰€áY‰€‚ÿEditing History Records:You can add as many as you like. I usually pull out my most recent mutual fund statement =enter kmonthly information from it, pressing k'Add' button Ieach. To change or delete a history record, select it from klist box in kcenter of kInvestment Editing Dialog =press k'Edit' or 'Delete' buttons. Press 'Quit' when you are done {minvestment.Viewing History Records:To view past performance all you need to do is select kcorresponding record in klist box. This brings up all of kinvestment, price, value, =performance information around it described in kInvestment Editing Dialog documentation. 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  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/