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15. When there are several entries to one or both sides of an account, the total of those entries is entered in pencil. This is called: (Points : 5)
When there are several entries to one or both sides of an account, the total of those entries is entered in pencil. This is called *footing.
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When there are several entries to one or both sides of an account, the total of those entries is entered in pencil. This is called pencil footing.
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