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Readers learn how businesses use spreadsheets and databases in accounting today with USING EXCEL ACCESS FOR ACCOUNTING 2016 This step by step book uses numerous screen images to explain how to use these tools most effectively to solve real accounting problemsImportant Notice Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook versionReaders learn how businesses use spreadsheets and databases in accounting today with USING EXCEL ACCESS FOR ACCOUNTING 2016 This step by step book uses numerous screen images to explain how to use these tools most effectively to solve real accounting problemsImportant Notice Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version Readers learn how businesses use spreadsheets and databases in accounting today with USING EXCEL ACCESS FOR ACCOUNTING 2016 This step by step book uses numerous screen images to explain how to use these tools most effectively to solve real accounting problemsImportant Notice Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version


6 thoughts on “Using Microsoft Excel and Access 2016 for Accounting

  1. says:

    This book is awful at explaining principles that carry over into the real world There were also typos that tell you the wrong Excel cells to enter data I hate that our college uses this book for our Computerized Accounting course


  2. says:

    This is the absolute worst textbook The examples are complicated and many steps are implied deeper in the problems Practice problems don't correlate to the chapter exercises I've read reread and read it and still can't find one page that is helpful I've learned from YouTube student tutorials


  3. says:

    As advertised


  4. says:

    This item was received and the cover is basically off There is a huge slice down it


  5. says:

    Book is in good condition


  6. says:

    In Using Microsoft Excel and Access 2016 for Accounting author spreadsheet shark database dynamo and all around master of prose Glenn Owen gives us a glimpse into the thrilling world of accounting using Microsoft Office But it is not written as a simple step by step guide Instead for reasons known only to the author the book is written in the form of a poorly conceived narrative which reads suspiciously like an autistic spreadsheet nerd's second hand impression of how human interaction works The cast of characters in this riveting story includes the wise and all knowing Kyle the sycophantic Nathan and the seemingly mentally handicapped Meagan These three millennial musketeers supposedly run some kind of boat shop but none seem to do any actual work instead playing around with spreadsheets all day Wading through their inane conversations to get to the actual content of the book readers will find several typos and incorrect instructions on how to carry out Master Kyle's tasks The narrative takes a dark turn near the end when Kyle is killed in a tragic Excel macro security accident and left with no means of survival Nathan and Meagan are forced to resort to cannibalism Adapted from the popular young adult novel The Office GamesThis book truly breaks new ground in tedium and banality and for this reason I have awarded it the coveted Gold Star of uality Well earned