3AWZ-01: 3EZP/APPLEWORKS BUSINESS TEMPLATES
WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARY 3AWZ-01: 3EZP/APPLEWORKS BUSINESS TEMPLATES DESCRIPTION: This disk contains 3 EZ Pieces/AppleWorks business templates: On Side One: -: Annual Expenses: Helps in calculating rough annual expenses. -: Wage Rate Table: Converts wages to periodic equivalents. -: Quick Planner : Product Processing Module for the Ceramics Industry. -: Employee Paysheet: Calculates hours worked by Employees, etc. -: On Side Two: -: EASY Accountant: Easy Accountant is an EZP/ AppleWorks spreadsheet application designed to manage the ledger of an individual or a small business running on a cash-basis accounting system. The basic structure of Easy Accountant can be modified or expanded to handle your specific needs. Easy Accountant will enable you to enter all receipts and expenditures for each monthly period and will then compile and print a Monthly Report, a Year-To-Date Report and a Detailed Journal Listing Report. The Easy Accountant diskette has the following files: ea.DOCMNTATION a wordprocessing file that contains these instructions. ea.WORKSHEET a spreadsheet file consisting of three menu sections, the Checkbook Journal, the Adjustments Journal, the Compiler and the Monthly Report. ea.SUMMARY a spreadsheet file used to carry forward the monthly totals and to generate the Year-To-Date Report. ea.MACROS a wordprocessing file containing several Autoworks macros for use with the worksheet file. ea.NOTES a wordprocessing file containing additional information, comments from users and update notes not found in other files. ea.RECON SCHED a spreadsheet file containing a schedule to assist you in getting started with the bank account reconciliation process. Unlike double-entry bookkeeping the Easy Accountant books are simple 'single entry' journals. This means that for any transaction, only one entry is made. The advantage of a single-entry system is its simplicity. On the other hand, it will not provide a complete record of your assets, equipment, inventory, loans outstanding or other liabilities. For most individuals and small businesses a single-entry system of accounts will provide the basic information you will need to run your business and prepare your tax return.
3AZW-03: 3EZ Pieces Checkbook Template by John Lomartire
WAP /// SIG PD Library 3AZW-03: 3EZ Pieces Checkbook Template by John Lomartire On this disk you'll find a 3EZ Pieces template for keeping your checkbook in good shape. It was provided by /// SIGer John Lomartire. A complete tutorial is on side one of this disk in a text file so it can be read or printed with Menu.Maker. The template and example are on side two. In addition, we've added a bibliography of all of John Lomartire's articles. There's also a 3EZP/Appleworks data base cross reference of chips on the Apple /// Motherboard as developed by John. KEEPING CHECKBOOK RECORDS USING 3 E Z PIECES by John Lomartire Checkbook systems usually contain a provision for keeping a record of checks that have been issued. Sometimes this takes the form of check stubs on which the information is stored, or it might be a separate booklet for retaining such data. In any event, it is generally a chronological entry, most probably in check number and date of issuance order. There is no question that this does indeed constitute a record of issued checks but by entering the same information into a computer base, a number of advantages are attained. 1. Computer calculation of balances to verify personal ones. 2. Easy location of past checks drawn to specific payees or specific purpose. 3. Easy grouping of checks by type of expenditure. 4. Quick verification of monthly bank statements. 5. Storage of individual expenditures for checks issued for a total payment, e.g. credit card bills. Some of the items on the list given above can only be done by laborious manual examination of the conventional check record system, but it is an easy matter for the computer to handle. The approach described here utilizes a spreadsheet but since it depends for some of its features on an ability to sort, Visicalc was not applicable. Instead, the 3 E Z Pieces spreadsheet was chosen although any other spreadsheet program with sorting capabilities would serve as well. The ability to establish different column widths is not imperative in the choice of spreadsheet but it is a very convenient feature to have. Once again, 3 E Z Pieces qualifies. (It is assumed that the reader knows enough about 3 E Z Pieces to use its commands to FIND, ARRANGE, SORT, PRINT etc. This will not be covered here.) SETTING UP THE SPREADSHEET The spreadsheet uses columns A through T. It will be apparent that other columns can be added at the user's discretion. For example, one could include a "CODE" column that would identify the type of expenditure, its tax status, the issuing department or individual, or some other aspect of data organization. Amplification is simple and will be left to the individual to tailor the basic form presented here to his own particular needs.
WAP /// SIG AWZ-03
Accounting/Finance Templates WAP /// SIG AWZ-03 Side one is a set of accounting templates provided by /// SIG member Irving Tessel of Los Angeles. It's simple to use and instructions are provided. On side two we've taken a number of Advanced Visicalc templates and converted them over to 3EZP/AppleWorks spreadsheet format. Templates included will let you keep track of your expenses, compute your net worth, keep track of your stock portfolio and much more. TESSELL ACCOUNTING SYSTEM: Side One 1. These programs are templates. When the program is on the screen, change the file name. This will save the template for further use. 2. Prepare a Chart of Accounts which shows the account name and the three (3) digit account number. 3. Before entering either the Cash Receipts or Cash Disbursements, run a batch control tape on the dollars. After entering the data, print the report labeled CONTROL. Use the record selection "Rec. # begins with...through Rec. # begins with or "Check # begins with...through Check # begins with. (See example in Test Receipts). The report total and the adding machine tape must agree. This assure accuracy in entering the correct dollar amounts. 4. Use the MULTI-RECORD REVIEW/ADD/CHANGE screen to enter the data for both programs. The program is setup to automatically move to the right as data is entered. For example: After the date is entered, the check # is entered, etc. 5. From the data base program, print to the Clipboard and use the word processing program PRINT.CASH.REC. or PRINT.CASH.DIS. to print reports. This will allow editing that can't be done in the data base program. Change report headings to reflect the report that is being printed. After printing, delete the data portion of the report. The template can then be reused. 6. Reports are established to list data by receipt number, check number and by General Ledger Account Number with totals for each account. CONVERTED ADVANCED VISICALC SPREADSHEETS: Side Two The Templates Include: EXPENSE.ACCT NET.WORTH PORTFOLIO JOB.COST.EST DEPRECIATION PURCHASE.EVAL SALARIES CONS.SALES.FCST INCOME.STMNT CASH.FLOW MANUFAC.COSTS SALES.FORECAST All these files were converted from Advanced Visicalc files. You can load them directly into 3EZ Pieces or AppleWorks and they should work for you without any trouble.
WAP /// SIG PD DISK 3AWZ.04
MORTGAGE AMORTIZATION WAP /// SIG PD DISK 3AWZ.04 Originally developed by Pacific Technology Systems. These templates require any Apple ][ or /// computer, any version of AppleWorks and perhaps just a small amount of common sense. The templates were built with an instructional approach during development, so expect that the templates will not only meet your data management needs, but also can be used to teach AppleWorks related activities to yourself as well as to others, particularly computer novices. MORTGAGE AMORTIZATION is a 3EZ Pieces/AppleWorks Template disk designed to be run on any Apple // or /// computer with 128K of RAM. Please feel free not only to use this disk yourself, but also to copy it, give it to friends, add it to a club library, and/or ... whatever. This is a two sided disk, and both sides can be copied with any SOS or PRODOS copy program. There are three programs included: Table A A table for calculating monthly mortgage payments based on loan amount, interest rate, and term (in years). Analysis B A thirty year analysis of a mortgage, broken into two fifteen year halves to operate on an AppleWorks desktop of 55K. Analysis C A thirty year analysis of a mortgage as one large AppleWorks spreadsheet. Instructions for all three programs are included on the MORTGAGE AMORTIZATION disk as 3EZP/AppleWorks word processor files. We recommend that you print out on paper the directions for whichever spreadsheet(s) you plan to use, although the instruction files can also be read on-screen. Since Analysis B is a spreadsheet that has been broken into two halves we have included a step-by-meticulous-step procedure for splicing two spreadsheets as part of the instructions. Even if you are using an extended RAM card, allowing you to use the full spreadsheet (Analysis C), we suggest that you try this splicing procedure with Analysis B1 and Analysis B2, as it represents a tutorial on combining spreadsheets. Many features are included within the analysis spreadsheets that are not described here (one spreadsheet is worth a thousand words, you know). We suggest that you use, play with, modify, experiment, and add to the spreadsheets, always saving your files on your backup disk, leaving the original spreadsheets intact. Try other move, cut & paste, or rearrange techniques to get the spreadsheets to meet your own unique needs. Personal computers are supposed to be personal, aren't they? If you always follow the procedure of first calculating (Apple-K) then rearranging, moving, deleting, etc., you can't go wrong. Well ... almost! Although this MORTGAGE AMORTIZATION disk does not contain a specific refinancing spreadsheet, refinancing data can be obtained by using the Analysis spreadsheet two times as if calculating on two different properties. Or, if adventurous, you could design your own by using portions of the existing spreadsheets. Printer information is stored along with 3EZP/AppleWorks spreadsheets. Some suggestions are given in the instructions for formats appropriate to different charts or tables that you might be printing out on your printer. Do not hesitate, however, to change these formats so that they fit your own needs, preferences and printer requirements. Before printing from a spreadsheet, you may wish to choose print options (Apple-O) to redesign a form.
WAP /// SIG PD DISK 3AWZ.05
CHECKBOOK MANAGER WAP /// SIG PD DISK 3AWZ.05 Originally developed by Pacific Technology Systems. These templates require any Apple // or /// computer, any version of AppleWorks and perhaps just a small amount of common sense. The templates were built with an instructional approach during development, so expect that the templates will not only meet your data management needs, but also can be used to teach AppleWorks related activities to yourself as well as to others, particularly computer novices CHECKBOOK MANAGER is a 3EZP/AppleWorks Template disk designed to be run on any Apple // or /// computer with 128K of RAM. Please feel free not only to use this disk yourself, but also to copy it, give it to friends, add it to a club library, and/or ... whatever. This is a double-sided disk, and both sides can be copied with any SOS/PRODOS copy program. There are four programs included: A.00.1986...XXX This is the master spreadsheet that functions as a checkbook ledger. It is used to produce monthly spreadsheets, some of which are included for 1986. CHECK CODES A data base with many (too many?) suggested two letter codes for categorizing checks. There is a detailed description of the coding system in the instructions file (on disk). FOR DEPOSIT ONLY A tiny word processor file to stamp your checks "FOR DEPOSIT ONLY". CHECK PRINTER A data base for printing onto checks, particularly "computer-type" checks. Directions for all four files are included on the CHECKBOOK MANAGER disk as a 3EZP/AppleWorks word processor file titled "INSTRUCTIONS". You can print out the directions on paper or read them on-screen; take your pick: papyrus or cathode ray. The data base CHECK CODES uses a category structured for sorting Even if you choose not to use these codes, we suggest that you read its instructions and look at the data base, as together they form a tutorial on arranging within a data base. Categories were designed for personal checking use, but the instructions indicate a simple method for redesigning the CHECKBOOK MANAGER for small business applications. The mathematics within the spreadsheets is very simple and straight-forward; we have kept it that way to allow ease of modification to the spreadsheets. The general system has been set up for you, yet there is still room to alter and expand. Adding columns, perhaps one for tax deductions, should be a snap for skilled users of AppleWorks. Still, we have not forgotten the novice: with the included instructions, and because of the attention that we have devoted to the format of the spreadsheets, you (yes, even you!) should be able to begin using the CHECKBOOK MANAGER immediately.
WAP /// SIG PD DISK 3AWZ.06
ON DISK 3AWZ-06: PDS NAME: Contributions Disk #1: Side One-A DISK ID#: 3AZW-06 SUBJECT: 3EZP/AW Templates BOOTABLE?: NonBootable DISK SIZE: DS 5.25 OS: SOS DESCRIPTION: A disk full of Appleworks/3EZ Pieces templates from a number -: of contributors. Requires either program to use. -: On Side One: -: Applied.Sci (Subdirectory) -: -A series of templates to keep track of your portfolio. These are -: formerly commercial templates from a company called Applied Scientific. -: NAUG (Subdirectory) -: -Templates once offered by NAUG (National AppleWorks Users Group) to -: those renewing their membership. -: -Music Library : Keep Track of your music library. -: -Video Library : Keep track of your video library. -: -HSBND.Ancestry : Trace a husband's ancestry. -: -Wife.Ancestry : Trace a wife's ancestry. -: -: Documentation for all these templates provided on disk. On Side Two: -: AUGI (Subdirectory) -: -Home Inv.1 : A home inventory template -: -Order w.o Wt : Blank order form - no weights involved -: -Form Postcard : Postcard address template -: -Form Envelope : Template for printing your address on an envelope -: -Form Label : Label Template -: -Order with Wt : Blank order form - weights involved. -: -Personal Ltr Hd : A personal letter head template -: -Address Book 1 : Address Book Template -: -Area Codes : Area Code Template (not complete) -: -Bulletin Boards : Template to keep track of your favorite BBS's -: -Credit Cards : Keep track of your Credit Cards with this template -: -Genealogy : Simple genealogy template. -: Ottalini (Subdirectory) -: -Seed Addresses : Addresses of some seed companies -: -BTU Guide : Keed track of the BTUs you are using -: -Car Schedule : How soon will you pay off your car? -: -Cash on Hand : How much cash do you have? -: -Cook Conv. : Conversion help for the cook in the family -: -Credit Interest : How much interest have you paid on your Credit Cards? -: -Family Budget : Another Budget template -: -Gas Expenses : How much are you paying for gas? -: -House Pricing : Interst and Principal on your house -: -Personal Worth : This template figures it for you -: -Sales Taxes : Keep track of how much you've paid -: -Bird Sightings : Keep track of the birds you're watching -: -: Campbell (Subdirectory) -: -A3.Drivers : List of Apple /// Drivers -: -Address Book : Paul Campbell's version -: -Building.Acc. : Keep track of expenses for a rental -: -Projects : Template to help you keep track of building projects -: -Repair Log : Template to help keep track of equipment repairs -: -Time Tests : Time results of various A3 hardware/software vs. MSDos -: -Autodate : Spreadsheet Template that figures dates for you -: -Spreadcheck : Paul Campbell's version of a checkbook spreadsheet -: -Tupperware Form: Order form for Tupperware products -: -: Checkbook (Subdirectory) -:-Checkbook : Checkbook Template. Includes Instructions -:-Test.Checkbook : Checkbook Template filled out as an example Many Thanks to : Paul Campbell, Dave Ottalini, Joe Dobrowolski, NAUG (National Appleworks Users Group), Applied Scientific and any unnamed contributors for making this disk possible.
Revised December 27, 1997 lic
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