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For example, if you enter the keywords interest paid operating cash flow in the
SEARCH box, select the ―Codification‖ option, and click the GO button, the ―Search
Results‖ page shown in the following screen image will be displayed. Observe the
CODIFICATION and GLOSSARY tabs. Lesson 11: Searching: Fundamental Techniques 105 Try It Now
flow in the
option, then click
the GO button. Understanding the CODIFICATION Tab
When the ―Search Results‖ page is first displayed, the CODIFICATION tab is active.
Later, you can click the tab to activate it if it is not active.
The CODIFICATION tab lists the Codification Sections (other than Sections 20 and
75) that match your search criteria. For simple searches, a matching Se ction is one in which
all of your search keywords are present.
The number in parentheses to the right of the word CODIFICATION indicates the
number of matching Sections. For example, in the preceding screen image, there are 47
Each matching Section is cited in ―breadcrumb‖ style, incorporating both the numbers
and titles of the cited Topic, Subtopic, and Section. For example, in the preceding screen
image, the first Section listed is ―230 Statement of Cash Flows > 10 Overall > 45 Other
Immediately beneath each Section citation, the title of each Subsection (for example,
―General‖) in which a search keyword appears is displayed along with an excerpt from the
Subsection. Instances of search keywords are highlighted in the excerpts. TIP FOR SUCCESS: Working with the CODIFICATION Tab
Reviewing the Section citations and Subsection excerpts on the CODIFICATION tab may help you identify
the matching Sections that are most likely to be relevant to your research questions. Browsing the Search Results
By default, the search results listed on the CODIFICATION tab are displayed in
groups of 10. Only one group at a time is displayed on the tab...
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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