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Unformatted text preview: Alternatively, the user could access inventory and
find the agriculture industry content. In this case, Topic 330 represents Inventory and Topic
905 represents the Agriculture Industry. Industry content resides in the Industry Topic.
Therefore, Subtopic 905-330 represents the Inventory Subtopic of the Agriculture Industry.
When browsing Topic 330, users will see Subtopic 905—Agriculture. That represents an
intersection link to the content in Subtopic 905-330. Shared
of Topic ”YYY”
same content as
of Topic ”XXX”. Most Topics contain a Subtopic titled Overall as the first of several Subtopics. That is
where you will find the most broadly applicable guidance for a Topic. Beyond the Overall
Subtopic, other Subtopics within a Topic are more narrowly focused and differ significantly
from the Topic to Topic. If you are completely unfamiliar with the guidance in a particular
Topic, the best place to start is the Topic’s Overall Subtopic.
In the System, it is possible to view the Subtopics within any Topic without
navigating to the Topic’s landing page. Simply position your mouse pointer over an Area
link. When the pop-up menu of the Area’s Topics is displayed, position your mouse pointer
over the Topic in the pop-up menu to display a submenu that lists the individual Subtopics
within the Topic. For example, hovering over the Assets Area and then hovering over Topic
305 - Cash and Cash Equivalents displays: Lesson 2: Navigating the Codification 16 Try It Now
Using the pop-up
directly to the
landing page for
the Cash and
Topic within the
Assets Area. When the pop-up menu of Subtopics is displayed for a Topic, you can navigate
directly to the landing page of any Subtopic listed on the menu by clicking the Subtopic. This
saves time by skipping over both the Area and Topic pages and going directly to the Subtopic
page—you arrive at the Subtopic of your choice in one click rather than three.
Identifying relevant Topics and Subtopics can sometimes be a chal...
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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