Why Would a Accountant Use a Spreadsheet?


With a spreadsheet an accountant has an easier job in data entry, and if there was an error it can be found and changed. It analyzes all numbers on a single sheet or within a single report. Spreadsheets come with a function that allows the user to re-group the data based on a single column of information, it also allows you to save the data that you find important so that you can retrieve it later, and then it allows you to input other data to project what kind of figures you would get.
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Spreadsheet is a grid which allows for data to be manipulated in tables. An accountant needs this software to keep track of the various payments as well as registration of transactions. It is also vital for sorting data, analysing data and data entry.
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