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Get up and running on Quicken right away--the QuickSteps way. Full-color screenshots and simple instructions make it easy to start using the latest release of the #1 personal finance software. Follow along and learn how to balance your checkbook, pay bills, coordinate online banking, track investments, budget your money, manage your taxes, generate reports, print checks, and much more. Use Quicken 2011 to manage your personal finances with help from this practical, fast-paced guide.
The unique, oblong layout of the QuickSteps series mimics your computer screen, displays graphics and explanations side by side, and lays flat so you can easily refer to the book while working on your computer.
Use these handy guideposts:
Shortcuts for accomplishing common tasks
Need-to-know facts in concise narrative
Helpful reminders or alternate ways of doing things
Bonus information related to the topic being covered
Errors and pitfalls to avoid
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Stepping Into Quicken; Chapter 2. Personalizing Quicken; Chapter 3. Adding More Accounts; Chapter 4. Using Quicken Every Day; Chapter 5. Taking Control with Quicken; Chapter 6. Tracking Your Assets and Liabilities; Chapter 7. Keeping Your Records Up To Date; Chapter 8. Managing Your Investments; Chapter 9. Making Plans For Your Future; Chapter 10. Getting Ready for Tax Time; Index
Marty Matthews has more than 30 years of computing experience, is a cocreator of the QuickSteps series, and the author or coauthor of more than 70 books, including the bestselling Windows 7 QuickSteps, Microsoft Office Word 2007 QuickSteps, Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 QuickSteps, and Dynamic Web Programming: A Beginner’s Guide. He specializes in explaining complex topics to beginners.
Bobbi Sandberg is a consultant, instructor, and retired CPA who is recognized by Intuit as a Certified Professional Advisor. She teaches at community college and local senior centers and has been training users on Quicken since its first DOS version in the 1980s.