How to Export the Working Trial Balance into Microsoft Excel
1. From the
'Navigation Toolbar', click on Trial Balance.
2. Right-Click and Click on "Select
3. From the Home tab, select Copy.
4. Launch Microsoft Excel.
5. Highlight the entire spreadsheet and
from the main tabs, select Home | Format > Format
Cell (Office 2003: From the menus, select Format | Cells)
to display the 'Format Cells' dialog.
6. From the Category list select
7. Click the OK button.
8. Select cell 'A1' and from the main menu
select Edit | Paste.
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