Automatic document types
There are several types of automatic documents that generate specific information based on the format and settings selected.
Displays a list of activity details for each specified account (Financial, Cash Flow, Performance), including journal entry descriptions, dates, sources, journal numbers, amounts, and account numbers for posting. You can specify an account range, a date range, and an amount range to filter the content to display. If applicable, you can use a dBase filter to display specific journal entries.
This document type is useful if general ledger detail has been entered or imported into Working Papers.
Used to reconcile general ledger balances with the bank statement.
This document type is useful if the file is used for monthly bookkeeping.
Displays the change in amounts in accounts from prior periods.
This document type can be used to calculate ratios based on the ratio class entered for each account.
|Chart of accounts||
Displays each posting account in the Trial Balance with columns for preliminary (before adjustments) balances, adjustments and final account balance.
|Chart of mapping numbers||Displays each mapping number and name in the Trial Balance.|
|Consolidation||Displays each entity within a consolidation structure.|
Displays errors and inconsistencies in a file.
Displays each document and folder in the Document Manager.
To add or exclude a document or folder from the document index, right-click the document or folder in the Document Manager, then click Properties | General | Include in Document Index.
Displays summary information from the Document Manager.
Displays client information from the Engagement Properties dialog.
Displays draft financial statements. The format of these financial statements can be defined from the Report worksheet.
|General ledger||Displays activities for each account in the Trial Balance, including full descriptions for adjusting entries.|
Displays any events that have occurred in the current file.
Displays issues in the current file, including most issue properties.
This document type is useful for filtering issues based on their status, so that you can prioritize and resolve them more efficiently.
Displays each transaction entered for a particular journal, including descriptions, dates, sources, journal numbers, amounts, and account numbers.
Displays accounts or group numbers that are grouped together by common properties.
Supporting leadsheets provide a detailed listing of entries for each account on the main leadsheet by listing each transaction that contributes to the account balance presented on the main leadsheet.
Summary leadsheets summarize a series of sub-leadsheet numbers. Sub-leadsheet numbers must be created and assigned to accounts in the Trial Balance.
Used to enter notes about the file.
If you require formatting options for a memorandum, it is recommended that you create a CaseView document and copy the contents of the memo to CaseView.
|Program/Checklist||Used to document audit or review procedures performed on the engagement, or to list review points noted during the file review process.|
|Spreadsheet analysis||Used for calculating scenarios.|
|Tax reconciliation||Displays tax adjustments, prior tax balances, and temporary and permanent differences to assist in reconciling tax accounts and calculating taxable income.|
|Tickmarks||Displays the available tickmarks in the file. You can use this document type to create new tickmarks.|
Displays the chart of accounts with balances and adjustments, referencing, and percentage change columns. You can change the type of balances displayed on the Trial Balance from active/prior to active/budget, consolidated, five year, or tax. For a large chart of accounts, accounts can be presented by leadsheet, group number, map number or tax code.
Displays the subtotals for each misstatement type as well as a total for all misstatements.
This document type is useful in determining the materiality of errors on financial statements by providing a summary of any unrecorded factual, projected or judgmental adjusting journal entries that would cause assets, liabilities and income fields to be overstated or understated.
For proper presentation on the Uncorrected Misstatements document, specify the correct ratio class for each Balance Sheet account.