FASB Codification Guide-2

C use the systems go to feature to navigate to 718

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Unformatted text preview: directly to paragraph 718-10-S55-4. Once you have done so, scroll up the page to observe that: a. The System’s ―GO TO‖ feature had automatically scrolled the destination page down to the paragraph labeled ―S55-4‖. b. The paragraph labeled ―S55-4‖ and the other paragraphs of Section S55 are all located within a box having a black ―Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)‖ header. c. The destination page is a Section page containing the content of both Sections 55 and S55 of Subtopic 718-10, with content of Section S55 shown in its entirety below all the content of Section 55. E2: Codification Topics 718 and 740 share a Subtopic. Recall from Lesson 2 that this means Subtopic 718 of Topic 740 contains exactly the same content as Subtopic 740 of Topic 718. a. Try using the System’s ―GO TO‖ feature to navigate to 740-718. b. Observe that the System’s ―Advanced Search‖ page is displayed with a red error message stating ―The submitted codification item could not be found.‖ c. Use the System’s ―GO TO‖ feature to navigate to 718-740. d. Observe that the shared Subtopic’s page is displayed. e. Why do you think that using the ―GO TO‖ feature to navigate to 740-718 fails, whereas using the ―GO TO‖ feature to navigate to 718-740 succeeds? f. Does the Topic-Subtopic sequence matter if you use the System’s pop-up menus to navigate to a shared Subtopic? Lesson 5: Citing Codification Content 57 Problem P1: For each of the following portions of Codification content, identify the citation style (i.e., number-based, title-based, mixed, breadcrumb) that you would use when citing it. Also explain the reason(s) for your choice of citation style and provide an example of how you would cite specific Codification content using your chosen style. a. Area b. Topic (assume that you want to help readers both discern the subject matter of the Topic and navigate quickly to the Topic) c. Subtopic (assume that you want to help readers discern the subject matter of the Subtopic) d. Section (assume that you want to...
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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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