100 Best - personal edition
140 pages of key time-saving hints and tips on Microsoft Office and Windows - designed especially for those working in the accounting, legal and similar professional sectors. Printable Word document on CD together with animated Word document and example files. Single user version. Hard copy also available - please email for details.
100 Best - ten user edition
As the personal edition - but with the right to copy to up to ten individuals at the same location
100 Best - unlimited single location edition
As the personal edition - but with the right to copy to an unlimited number of people at the same location
IT Clinic - personal edition
Amazingly, our IT Clinic feature has now been running for about 5 years. During this time we have covered an enormous range of different queries that our Gold Card and eSupport clients have presented us with. We have taken all the IT Clinic articles from IT Regularly and organised them by application with a full, detailed index. The CD includes a printable Word document version together with an HTML version suitable for browsing or adding to your office Intranet.
IT Clinic - ten user edition
As the personal edition - but with the right to copy to up to 10 individuals at the same location
IT Clinic - unlimited single location edition
As the personal edition - but with the right to copy to an unlimited number of people at the same location.
Top 20 clients report
Many marketing experts will tell you that identifying your best and worst clients is a vital step in better targeting your efforts. In this guide we look at taking a list of sales invoices, linking them to an Excel spreadsheet, and using a pivot table to total the invoices by financial year and list the top 20 generating the most income and those that generate the least.
Word - columns of figures
In our experience of running training courses and providing support for accountants, one of the problems we have to advise on most regularly concerns aligning figures in columns in Microsoft Word. This guide takes you through creating a table in Word and setting it up quickly and easily to produce well-presented columns of figures, including appropriate underlines. In addition it will show you how to ensure that, having set the table up once, it can then be made easily available to everyone for the future.
Word to database link
This guide will show you how to create a form in Microsoft Word that will display a list of clients from a database. This could be a database created specifically for the purpose, or a link to an existing accounting or practice management system. When you select a client the address is inserted into your document in a format that you can define. In addition you can use the form to save the document automatically into a designated folder - for example by client name.