What books would be good to read to get ready for Pro Adviser exam, and to help operate Quickbooks as a Bookkeeper?

I am trying to prepare for Quickbooks use and being a PorAdviser. What books would be good to read to help me? I am strapped on the amount of money I am able to pay for getting ready for the exam so the cheaper study the better. would Quickbooks for Dummies be a good read to help? 

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The reason to use the training materials provided by Intuit, is that you are going to find some questions are not related to use of the program, but related to Marketing, such as which payroll subscription levels are offered or what are the differences between them. The QBOA portal and materials are for QB Online. Sign into your Pro Advisor account and see the materials there, for QB desktop.

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