Use Graphs in QuickBooks Desktop Pro: Overview You can use graphs in QuickBooks Desktop Pro to see a visual representation of report data. You can use graphs in QuickBooks Desktop Pro to view your data as either a bar graph or a pie chart. However, the “Budget vs. Actual” and “Net Worth” graphs are
Create Other Charge Items in QuickBooks Desktop Pro: Overview You can create Other Charge items in QuickBooks Desktop Pro within the Item List. After creating Other Charge items in QuickBooks Desktop Pro, you can use them to collect miscellaneous amounts in sales forms. For example, you can use them to collect freight charges or
Create Service Items in QuickBooks Desktop Pro: Overview You can create service items in QuickBooks Desktop Pro within the Item List. You create service items in QuickBooks Desktop Pro for the services you provide. This helps you avoid repeatedly typing the same line item information into sales forms. You create service items in
Share Documents in Word: Overview One way to share documents in Word is to use the co-authoring features of Word as part of an Office 365 subscription. To use co-authoring in Word, you must also save the shared document to an online site like OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, or SharePoint Online. Co-authoring lets you
Document Views in Word: Overview You can easily switch document views in Word. The document view buttons appear in the lower-right corner of the application. They also appear on the “View” tab of the Ribbon in the “Views” button group and the “Immersive” button group. Clicking any of these buttons changes the working view
Respond to Meeting Requests in Outlook: Overview This lesson shows you how to respond to meeting requests in Outlook. When you are invited to a meeting in Outlook, the invitation, which is called a “Meeting Request,” appears in the “Inbox” of your Mail folder. To respond to a received meeting request in Outlook,
Reply to an Email in Outlook: Overview To reply to an email in Outlook that you have received, open the “Inbox” mail folder. Then double-click the message to which to reply to open it in a separate “Message” window. Alternatively, single click it in the Inbox pane to show it in the Reading Pane.