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Defined benefits pension scheme mapping guidelines

Use the following map codes to provide full disclosure in the notes:   At end of Balance Sheet net assets section:   If your pension scheme is a liability overall (N.B. These codes are repeated for each scheme):       F20.01.00.01    ... Read More

Different types of cells

Numeric These only allow figures in the cells. You get Numeric options as the second tab on the left hand side. Within this section you have the options to do the following. Display zero as: Zeros can be shown differently, as dashes, Nil or blank.... Read More

Editing cells and block cell edits

Edit Cell  Double click on the cell to open up the cell properties window. Alternatively, as a shortcut, you can right-click on the cell to provide a list of options available for tailoring including changing the cell type, removing the input cell... Read More

How can I amend text that cannot be overtyped? - with QuickVid

In most areas of the accounts text can be amended in the Enable Editing and Edit Text modes shown below. Enable editing located beneath the View tab below and requires a password obtainable from your superuser, this role is commonly reserved for a... Read More

How can I change the row text on the deferred tax note?

To amend the row descriptions on the asset or deferred tax notes. 1. Select the row that needs to be changed and click the configure row icon under the Table tab. 2. Amend the row description in the box called Row heading: and click OK. Read More

How can I reduce the spacing between notes?

1. To reduce the spacing between notes, enter Enable Editing mode via the View menu on the CaseView Toolbar.   2. Click on the Lock/Unlock button under the Home tab and then enter the password. Note: If you do not have this password,... Read More

How can I show a row with zero values? - with QuickVid

1. To show nil values in your accounts, select within the note or statement and use the Show all unused rows icon beneath the Table tab.   2. Click on the row you wish to show and select the Show row with zero values icon beneath the Table tab.... Read More

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