How To Use The Looseleaf Registers

Included here is the video we used to demonstrate the looseleaf registers in the product pages. We will probably add another video to focus even more on how to use these registers, as one of the goals of the first video was to spend some time explaining why these were developed as a method of tracking more accounts in a single checkbook cover than the booklet registers allow. Actually, the main way the credit card looseleaf register is used is exactly the same as with the  credit card booklet, which has instructions earlier. The layout of a credit card looseleaf register sheet is only slightly different  than the credit card booklet (in the looseleaf section that contains the actual transaction rows and columns). Regarding a looseleaf register sheet for checking/debit card accounts, this has a layout that is identical to most standard check registers (in the looseleaf section that contains the actual transaction rows and columns) and accordingly has the same instructions. So, when several looseleaf sheets are put together properly, they look like and operate like a regular booklet. Hence, most additional instruction would focus on showing how to assemble the sheets easily, how to insert the tab dividers between the several accounts, and how to best place them into your checkbook cover. This is pretty much already demonstrated in the first video, but much of this was done hurriedly, as the You Tube video has limits on a video's duration. So we would elaborate a bit more on those points.

As far as additional instruction is concerned, and what we would emphasize more in an additional video, is how to extract register sheets that are filled up with transactions to be stored away, and how to insert replacement register sheets. We will quickly explain a couple of important points now, which the forthcoming video will hopefully clarify: when you extract all the completed pages from an account's section it is obvious that you would simply replace those pages with new pages (sheets). But if you decide to keep some of the completed pages in your account's section (for instance to keep some recent transactions readily accessible for reference), then be sure extract from the top (the pages with earlier dates), leaving pages with later dates in the account section.  And when you extract such a partial segment, extract all the pages in that segment so that you don't leave behind a sheet here and there that is out of sequence, because the balances won't flow correctly if you did that.  When you insert blank replacement sheets, be sure to insert them at the bottom, after the last retained sheet, so that the dates will continue to flow chronologically and, most importantly, so that you would pick up the correct balance(s) from that last retained sheet when transactions start to flow onto the newly inserted sheets.  That may sound a bit confusing, but again, like with the general overview of using the looseleaf register sheets, this would be more easily demonstrated in a video than in a cumbersome written description. So we hope to include that video soon. But for now.....

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