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While the mean difﬁculty ratings of component tasks are generally low, some tasks are rated more difﬁcult than others. Particularly, higher difﬁculty ratings are observed in tasks involving ‘‘navigating’’ around the electronic system, consistent with the ﬁndings of Bible et al. (2005). These tasks include ensuring that workpapers are updated for adjusting journal entries, and tracing amounts from ﬁnancial statements to lead sheets, among others. Regarding the overall learning curve associated with the new system, results show that it takes about ﬁve engagements on average before personnel are comfortable using the electronic system, although reviewers report a higher mean and greater range on this measure.
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Research Procedures and Sample System developers and other personnel at the participating international audit ﬁrm assisted in the development of a survey instrument to assess auditors’ perceptions of the relative difﬁculty of the component tasks of preparing and reviewing electronic workpapers, and the relative frequency of use. , resisting the system by ‘‘working around’’ it). The instrument was distributed by contact personnel at 12 ofﬁces of the ﬁrm. Complete responses were obtained from 119 professionals in those ofﬁces, a response rate of about 70%.