FASB Codification Guide-2

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Unformatted text preview: etween ―Codification‖ and ―Other Sources,‖ select your choice from the ―Source Type‖ drop-down list on the ―Advanced Search‖ page (the default selection is ―Codification‖). If you select ―Codification‖ (the default option), the results of your search will include matching Codification Sections and glossary terms. If you select ―Other Sources,‖ the results of your search will include matching Codification updates, pre-Codification pronouncements, and Exposure Drafts. The “Source Type” criterion has significant interactions with the other kinds of advanced search criteria. Specifically, if you set the ―Source Type‖ criterion to ―Other Sources:‖ The option you select for the ―Narrow Search Area‖ criterion (i.e., ―All areas‖ or ―Specific areas‖) will have no effect on the search results. The setting of the ―Area‖ criterion will have no effect on the search results. Entering a number in one or more boxes of the ―Codification Reference‖ criterion will cause the search to return no results. Entering one or more words in the ―Document Title/Heading‖ criterion box will cause the search to return no results. To Perform an Advanced Search: Click the ―Advanced Search‖ link at the top of any System page to go to the ―Advanced Search‖ page. Specify the criteria for your search. To reset all criteria to their default settings, click the CLEAR button. When you are ready to execute your search, click the SUBMIT button (or press the Enter key). The System will display the results of your search on a ―Search Results‖ page (as explained in Lesson 11). A ―Search Results‖ page produced by an advanced search looks and works the same way as a ―Search Results‖ page produced by a simple search. Everything you learned in Lesson 11 about reviewing the results of simple searches applies to reviewing the results of advanced searches. There are, however, additional useful features available on the CODIFICATION tab of ―Search Results‖ pages that were n...
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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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