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SECTIONS‖ page, as shown in the following screen image: Lesson 15: Assembling Content for Greater Efficiency 150 Lost?
where you are
content at the
by hovering your
number to display
context in a popup box. To ―JOIN SECTIONS,‖ you must specify a particular Codification Topic and a
particular Section. Accordingly, the ―JOIN SECTIONS‖ page presents you with drop-down
lists from which you may select a Topic and Section.
The ―JOIN SECTIONS‖ feature provides two additional options. The first is the
option to include or exclude intersection (shared) Subtopics. The second option enables you
to include only FASB Sections, only SEC Sections, or both FASB Sections and SEC
Sections. To Assemble, on a Single Page, Corresponding Sections
within a Topic Click the ―JOIN SECTIONS‖ link at the top of any System page to go to the
―Join Sections‖ page. Select a Topic from the ―Topic‖ drop-down list. For example, select
Topic ‖470 - Debt‖ from the ―Topic‖ drop-down list. To include intersection Subtopics, select ―Include Intersection Subtopics‖ from
the drop-down list located to the right of the ―Topic‖ drop-down list.
Alternatively, to exclude intersection Subtopics, select ―Exclude Intersection
Subtopics‖ from the drop-down list (this is the default selection). For this
example, select the ―Include Intersection Subtopics‖ option from the first
―Options‖ drop-down list. Lesson 15: Assembling Content for Greater Efficiency 151 To include both FASB Sections and SEC Sections, select ―All‖ from the dropdown list located to the right of the ―Section‖ drop-down list. Alternatively, to
include only SEC Sections, select ―SEC only‖ from the drop-down list; to
include only FASB Sections, select ―FASB only‖ (this is the default selection).
For this example, select the ―All‖ option from the second ―Options‖ dro...
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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