|Although this version of CashBook is designed to run under DOS, we do also have a Windows version (with an upgrade and data conversion option for existing users) available. Check out the Signet Accounting web site for details about this version.|
|CashBook is a stand-alone or integrated program designed to record, report, and graphically present data on your bank account transactions.|
|Multiple Bank Accounts can be maintained (limited only by your available disk space).|
|In order to facilitate detailed analysis of your transactions, CashBook allows you to allocate each transaction to an Analysis Code.|
|The analysis code is 10 characters long, allowing extreme flexibility in analysing where you are earning and spending your money.|
|A full reconciliation feature is incorporated to allow accurate comparison to your bank statement.|
|Debit orders can be entered into CashBook, and are thereafter posted automatically each month.|
|Transaction Details Stored|
|Reconciliation is done on screen, directly from the bank statement. This same screen also allows you to calculate the balance after ANY transaction.|
|In addition, the transactions can be viewed on screen in any of the following sequences:|
|Each transaction can optionally be allocated to an analysis code.|
|CashBook allows you to perform split postings (i.e. the amount of the transaction could be split to several analysis codes).|
|Up to 200 separate analysis codes can be entered per transaction.|
|The ten character analysis code comprises:|
|CashBook features the following reports:|
Provides a summary of the current Account status.
Prints the account cash position.
After entry of the bank statement balance, prints a report detailing the current CashBook balance, uncleared debits and credits, and the variance from the actual bank balance.
All, Cleared, or Uncleared transactions can be printed, with either the transactions only, or including the analysis thereof.
|Detailed Allocation Report|
Lists (in analysis code order) transactions over a given period.
|Allocation Summary Report|
Gives a summary report of transactions, totalled by analysis code.
|Account Listing Report|
Lists all of your bank accounts.
|Analysis Code Listing Report|
Prints all analysis codes, with total figures over the past twelve months. After twelve months, the first amount is dropped, and a new month added at the end of the list.
|Debit Order Listing Report|
All current debit orders are printed on this report.
|Missing Transaction Numbers Report|
Lists all missing and duplicated transaction numbers (for instance cheque numbers).
|CashBook allows all of the above reports to be directed to the Screen, Printer, or a Disk file.|
|Also, each report can be requested over a specific period only (using a start and end date).|
|Several options are available for CashBook:|
|Charter Integration Option|
Integrates CashBook data directly into the Charter General Ledger.
CashBook may be integrated to any other Accounting system, provided that system has an import facility.
|Cheque Printing Option|
Allows CashBook to print cheques.
The actual layout of the cheque is user definable.
Presents data graphically.
Types include Bar Chart, Line Chart, and Pie Chart
An integrated calculator is available at all times.
Besides being able to perform quick calculations, this calculator also allows you to transfer a number from the screen into the calculator, manipulate it, and transfer the result back to screen.
Keyboard macros allow you to automate many repetitive tasks (e.g. all monthly reports could be placed onto a single key).
|Initial Release||September 1989|
|Requirements||PC Running DOS|
640K Base Memory
Graphics Adapter (for Graphics Option)