Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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dine the client. On the way home, she may pay for airport parking. Rather
than handing you a cocktail napkin with the total reimbursable amount
scrawled on it, she can log each expense into the Expense Reports list so
you both have an exact record of all those company-related expenses.
Adding expenses to the Expense Report is the easy part; getting the boss to
reimburse you for them can sometimes be a bit more difficult:
1. Click Business Applications on the Navigation bar of the Office Live
Home page and then click Company Administration.
2. Click Expenses in the Navigation bar.
The Expense Reports tab shown in Figure 17-7 opens.
3. Click the New icon.
The Expense Reports – New Item page opens, as shown in Figure 17-8.
4. Fill in the details of the expense.
You must fill in all of the fields with the exception of the Date Paid,
Department, Expense Description, and Comment fields.
• Title: Give a brief title to the expense that identifies it. For example,
you might use something like “Chicago Business Trip” or “Recent
Office Supply Purchases.”
• Expense Type: Select Travel, Training, Entertaining, Equipment,
Morale, or Other. Needless to say, Morale will probably be your
favorite category; after all, those double lattes do a lot to boost
your morale — and your heartbeat!