Well, this is not a real handbook yet, rather just a collection of links to the most relevant blog posts or other relevant sources of information.
- A short introduction to DELT and LearnDoubleEntry.org - some notes about the project
- Terminology - the words we use, and why
- The license for the contents - why firms' contents are released under a Creative Commons License
- How you can help - what about being involved in the project?
For students and teachers of accounting
- Sample Exercise, #1 - a first exercise made by forking the system-provided Standard Firm, with its complete Chart of Accounts
- Sample Exercise, #2 - a second exercise, started with a completely new firm, without a Chart of Accounts, where you learn how to create accounts on the fly
- Sample Exercise, #3 - a third exercise, where you learn how to use a spreadsheet to prepare a journal entry
- Explanation of journal entries - where you see how you can get some automated explanations of what you did
- Multilingual Chart of Accounts - information about how to set up a multilingual Chart of Accounts
- A view of the General Ledger - how the General Ledger looks like
- Something about the Financial Statement and the Chart of Accounts' configuration - see how to configure things
- Transactions - how to record transactions with the provided tools
- Statement of Changes in Equity - how to prepare it, with a little recap and background information
- Templates to the rescue! - how to use templates and automatic-generated entries work
- Smart comments - a way to add meaning to your accounts
- Slideshows - a different way to look at the journal entries
- Colors - what about colored accounts?
- About DELT's development and installation - something you might want to read if you are a developer and/or want to run your own private copy of the software
- DELT's database - what kind of database you can use, and how