Chapter 1: Introduction to Fixed Assets
This chapter provides students with a better understand of the
general functions and need for a software package able to assist
companies in tracking the intricacies of fixed assets- not only the
basic tracking of fixed assets, but also the integration to other
financial modules. Students will be given a look at fixed assets,
the functionality required for fixed asset accounting, and the
structure and integration of Microsoft Axapta Fixed Assets with
other modules within Axapta. Also discussed will be the importance
of maintaining sound financial records as they relate to companies
Chapter 2: Setup of the Fixed Assets Module
In this chapter, the basic, general, and advanced setup features of
the Fixed Assets module will be presented. Additional details will
be described relating to how Fixed Assets integrates with the other
financial modules described in Chapter One. Students will learn the
setup of the general parameters for Fixed Assets and perform a basic
and advanced setup of a fixed asset in Microsoft Axapta.
Chapter 3: Setup of Asset
This chapter discusses in more detail the tasks involved to set up
an individual asset as a fixed asset in Microsoft Axapta. A
description of the structure and functionality of the fixed asset
register will give a better idea as to how Microsoft Axapta can
assist in the management of fixed assets. Students will learn to
distinguish between financial and non-financial information about an
asset, to manage fixed asset groups, and gain an overview of
Chapter 4: Asset Transactions
This chapter focuses on a more in depth description on how to record
the fixed asset transactions into the accounting journals of
Microsoft Axapta. The discussion will look at some preferred, and
some alternative approaches, to record fixed asset transactions.
Chapter 5: Inquiries, Reports, and Additional Features
This chapter explains in more detail the features regarding
inquiring and reporting against the data created through the
previous chapters. Also shown, are a few additional features within
the Fixed Assets module. Students will be given a look at what data
inquiries are available in Fixed Assets, as well as what reports are
available. Students will be taught how to record and document
lending of assets, along with how to assign bar codes to assets, and
to recognize the features of asset budgeting.
Before attending this course, students must have:
• Basic knowledge of accounting principles.
• An understanding on how to navigate within Microsoft Axapta.
In addition, it is recommended, but not required, that students have
• The Microsoft Axapta Introduction course.
• The Financial Series I – Microsoft Axapta course.
• The Financial Series II – Microsoft Axapta course.