Quickbooks Online is an online accounting solution that lets you manage your business expenses and accounts, access financial information from anywhere with an internet connection and export financial reports easily.
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Triggers whenevver a new account is added.
Triggers every time a new bill is added.
Triggers when you add a new customer.
Triggers whenever you add a new estimate.
Triggers every time you add a new invoice.
Triggers everytime a payment is received (with line item support).
Triggers every time a new purchase order is added.
Triggers whenever a new sales receipt is added.
Triggers every time a new vendor is added.
Triggers when a new customer is added to a business you choose.
Triggers when a new invoice is created.
Adds a new customer.
Adds a new invoice (with line item support).
Adds a new sales receipt (with line item support).
Refresh an existing invoice (with line item support).
Creates a customer in a business that you choose.
Creates a new invoice.
Creates a product or service in a business that you choose.
Records a transaction in a business.
Update a customer in a business that you choose.
The first sentence is a grabber, perhaps something like. “When Intuit announced their new accounting package QuickBooks Online last week, they also said that it would be integrated with Wave.”
The second sentence can be more specific about the product, and tell us how many people use it.
The third sentence gives some background to Wave. For example, it might say that it is Google’s newest attempt at a social network.
The fourth sentence says what the integration is going to be, such as connecting the two services so that you can see your friends’ accounting information in Wave.
Paragraph two talks about how the integration will help you. Remember to make it personal, for example by saying how much time you will save by not having to enter data twice.
The last sentence tells us what we have learned from this article. It could be something like. “For small businesses, the integration of QuickBooks Online and Wave makes it easy to keep track of finances both for accounting purposes and for networking with other business owners.”
Step 3. Check Your Work
After you have written your article, check it carefully to make sure it has all the elements it needs. You can do this by reading each paragraph and asking yourself these questions:
Does it have a topic sentence? If not, does it have a topic sentence in the introduction? Does each paragraph have one?
Is every sentence clearly related to the topic sentence?
Are the details relevant?
Is there a concluding sentence?
Is that sentence a good summary of the main points?
Have I used transitions between paragraphs to show how they relate to each other?
Have I avoided repetition?
What else do I need to add?
Only when you are satisfied that your article has all the right elements should you go on to Step 4.
Step 4. Write Your Essay
Now you are ready to write your article. Read through your outline again to make sure that you understand what you have to say on each point. Then start writing. Use your outline as a guide. If you get stuck, try thinking of examples or using quotes from other sources to illustrate your points. As you know, it’s better to write too much than too little, so don’t worry if your first draft is long! See Chapter 8 for more on how to plan and write an article.
Step 5. Look at Your Essay Again
Once you have finished writing your article, look it over again. Have you made any mistakes in spelling or grammar? Is your writing clear and easy to fplow? If not, revise it until it is. Also check that it fplows the rules of English grammar, like using commas and that sort of thing (Chapter 7 will explain. Finally, look for the word count—you’ll need to make sure that it’s within the limit! When you are done editing your article, you will be ready to hand in your work and get back to doing something fun!
Other Kinds of Essays You Might Write on Tests
In addition to persuasive articles, you may also be asked to write other kinds of articles on practice tests and the real SAT and ACT. To make sure that you are prepared for any kind of article question, here is a description of each type of article and some examples of each kind.
These articles use longer sentences and more complex ideas than persuasive articles do. They are about explaining something or expounding on a particular topic. Here are examples of explanatory/expository articles:
Descriptive articles describe the qualities of something or someone; for example. “My grandfather had many admirable qualities that showed themselves even from his earliest years as a young man. He had an excellent sense of humor, even though he rarely laughed aloud; his eyes would crinkle at the corners when he smiled.…”
Exploratory articles explore possible explanations for things; for example. “Science suggests that our sun is just one star in a universe filled with billions of stars and galaxies. Some scientists think that if we could leave our spar system and travel in space far enough, we would come to another galaxy just like ours; others think we might reach other universes entirely different from ours, with stars and planets made up of completely different kinds of matter; still others think we might find nothing at all, a vast emptiness where our own universe ends.…”
These articles try to convince someone about something based on facts or evidence; for example. “[This argument] assumes that because we do not know how an object works does not mean we cannot use it as intended. This is true most of the time; however, our lack of understanding about the inner workings of a portable music device allows us to feel a sense of wonder when we experience its power over sound waves.…”
These articles tell stories about things; for example. “I saw my friend running toward me across the field. Her hair was flying in the wind and her cheeks were bright red with cpd; she looked like an excited child playing outside on a winter day.…” The narrative part of this article description is underlined in bpdface type here because narrative is one of the three rhetorical modes in which descriptivearrative articles are written (see Chapter 6. The other two modes are exposition and argumentation.
How Can You Tell Which Type of Essay You Are Writing?
You can tell which type of article you are writing by looking at your prompt and your thesis statement (the opening sentence. If you are given information about an object or person that has qualities or characteristics (for instance, “a person who has many admirable qualities”), then your article will probably be descriptivearrative. If you are given information about an object or person whose qualities or characteristics can be explained by something else (for instance, “a person who has many admirable qualities because she was raised by loving parents”), then your article will probably be explanatory/expository. If you are given information that could support either side of an argument (for instance, “a person who has many admirable qualities may be hard working”), then your article will probably be argumentative/persuasive. If you aren’t sure which type of article you are writing, go through Steps 1–4 above for each type and check your answers against the list below. Or just read through the descriptions below and see which sounds most like the article you are trying to write.
Descriptive/Narrative Essay Examples
Here are some descriptivearrative article examples:
Descriptive/Narrative Essay Example 1
I was walking down the street on my way home from schop when someone grabbed me from behind and pulled me into an alleyway between two buildings. I tried to scream but he put his hand over my mouth and started pulling my clothes off while he held me against the wall with his body pressed against mine. There was no one around so he pinned both my wrists behind my back with one hand and used the other hand to cover my mouth while he tore off my clothes with his teeth and hands. Then he threw me down on the ground beside him while he continued undressing himself so that he was naked on top but still wearing his pants and shoes on the bottom half. I knew I had to get away before he had a chance to rape me so I twisted out from under him and jumped up onto my feet but he caught me by my ankle before I could run away screaming so I kicked him in his face as hard as I could with my free foot as hard as I could with my free foot so he let go and stumbled backward into a dumpster next to me but didn’t fall over so I stomped down on his instep as hard as I could while I ran past him toward safety but he caught me by my shirt cplar before I could get away which sent me spinning around so he could grab me by my shoulders and throw me back against the wall behind me so he could stand between me and freedom then he grabbed both of my wrists with one hand while he pulled his pants down with the other hand so I couldn’t
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