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position: Enter the keywords interest paid operating cash flow in the SEARCH box. Select the ―Codification‖ option. Click the GO button. On the CODIFICATION tab of the ―Search Results‖ page, click the citation
―230 Statement of Cash Flows > 10 Overall > 45 Other Presentation Matters.‖ On the Section 230-10-45 page, click the ―Top‖ button located on the bottom
toolbar of the DOCUMENT tab to scroll to the top of the page. Examine the outline structure of the Section in detail by clicking the ―Expand‖
link above the ―Table of Contents‖ outline. Scroll down if necessary to examine the expanded outline structure. Observe the
―Classification‖ paragraph group in the outline. Click on it to automatically
scroll down to the start of that paragraph group on the page. Read the paragraphs of that paragraph group, finding in paragraph 230-10-45-17:
―[T]he following are cash outflows for operating activities … Cash payments to
lenders and other creditors for interest …‖ If, in the lesson scenario, Julia had not found what she was looking for in the first
matching Section, she could have clicked her browser’s ―Back‖ button to return to the
―Search Results‖ page and examined other matching Sections. The GLOSSARY Tab
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