How does this software work?
The software has several modules. You begin by choosing the module you want to work with.
As an example, consider the 1099-OID module. The screen is divided into 2-parts. The bottom section is the data-entry section and the 1099-OID data-entry portion is shown below:
The top section lists the entries you have added and looks like the following:
You type in data in the bottom part and then click on the Add button to add that entry to the table. Add as many entries as you like to the table. Add 25, 50 or 100 entries to the table. Only the Payer and Recipient name appears in the table, but if you double-click on any table entry, you will see all the data is there.
If you want to change an entry in the table, just click on that entry in the table and then click on Edit. Or double-click on that entry and a box will popup allowing you to edit that entry.
If you want to delete an entry in the table, just click on that entry and then click on the Delete button.
Save/Open data files
The software only saves and retrieves data that is in the table. Click File (under the menu), then Save As to save that table of information. To retrieve, click File, then Open.
To print, click on File (under the menu) and then Print. Select the entries you want to print and whether you want to print just the data, Copy A, B, or C and then click Ok. More detail on how to align the print is located here.
Reduce redundant typing
You can store redundant data such as the Payer or Recipient Name so that you do not have to retype this information over and over.
The image below is from the 1099-OID:
Oftentimes the payer's name, address and phone number is the same for one 1099-OID to the next. You can type in your payer's name and address and then click the disk icon to the left to store that information as default. Even if you exit out of the software and then come back into the software, that default information will automatically populate the data entry boxes.
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