FASB Codification Guide-2

Lesson 6 working with research results 63 try it now

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Unformatted text preview: y to system-generated emails. Lesson 6: Working with Research Results 62 Look Now Go to Section 605-45-45. Observe the “Email” button on the bottom toolbar of the DOCUMENT tab. To Send an Email Containing a Link to a Specific Codification Section: Navigate to the individual Section page to which you want to refer someone. For Sections other than 20 and 75, the DOCUMENT tab must be active; for Section 20, the GLOSSARY tab must be active. Click the ―Email‖ button on the bottom toolbar of the page/tab. The ―Email a Colleague‖ page will be displayed as shown in this screen image: The ―Your Name‖ and ―Your Email Address‖ text boxes are pre-populated with information from your System user account. Enter the email address(es) of the recipient(s). You can specify multiple recipients for a single email. If you want a copy of the email for your records, include your own email address as one of the recipients. You can optionally include your own message in the email. Click the SUBMIT button to send the email. Otherwise, to cancel before sending, simply navigate away from the page. There is no way to cancel a message after sending it. Lesson 6: Working with Research Results 63 Try It Now Go to Section 605-45-45. Use the “Email” feature to send a colleague or friend an email message containing a link to the Section. ANNOTATING PARAGRAPHS IN THE SYSTEM In the course of working with the System, you may come across certain Codification paragraphs that you may want to annotate for future reference. The following screen image illustrates how paragraph annotations are displayed on a System page: How the Paragraph Annotation Feature Works Annotations are stored electronically within the System. That means your annotations will be available to you whenever you use the System, regardless of where you access the System from or what computer you use. The annotations that you create are associated with your System user account. Other System users cannot access them. Once created, an...
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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.

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