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Unformatted text preview: which expands all collapsible Sections, and ―Show Standard,‖ which
collapses all collapsible Sections. The content of Section 75 is never shown, although Section number and title are
included within each Subtopic. Lesson 15: Assembling Content for Greater Efficiency 153 The same printing and annotation features used for Sections are available for
assembled Subtopics. LESSON SUMMARY You can use the ―Combine Subsections‖ feature of the System to assemble, on a
single page, all identically titled Subsections from all Sections of a Subtopic. You can use the System’s ―JOIN SECTIONS‖ feature to assemble, on a single
page, all corresponding Sections from all Subtopics within a Topic. For Topics in the Industry Area, you can use the System’s ―JOIN ALL
SUBTOPICS‖ feature to assemble, on a single page, all Subtopics within a
Topic. Lesson 15: Assembling Content for Greater Efficiency 154 REINFORCE YOUR LEARNING
Q1: What is the difference between the ―JOIN SECTIONS‖ and ―JOIN ALL SECTIONS‖
features of the System? Exercises
E1: In the System, navigate to the Overview and Background Section of Subtopic 260-10.
a. Use the ―Combine Subsections‖ feature to assemble, on a single page, the Master
Limited Partnerships Subsections within the Subtopic.
b. Cite the Subtopic’s Sections in which a Master Limited Partnerships Subsection is
E2: Use the ―JOIN SECTIONS‖ feature of the System to assemble, on a single page, the
Disclosure Sections (both FASB and SEC) of Subtopics 10, 30, and 946 of Topic 505.
Then use the ―Printer Friendly with sources‖ feature to print the page on which the
Sections have been assembled.
E3: Use the ―JOIN ALL SUBTOPICS‖ feature of the System to assemble, on a single
page, all Subtopics of Topic 952. Which three standardized Sections are present within
every Subtopic of the Topic? (Hint: Expand the ―Table of Contents‖ outline at the top
of the page on which the Subtopics have been assembled.) Problems
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2014 for the course ECON 12586 taught by Professor Yorambarzel during the Fall '09 term at University of Washington.
- Fall '09