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How the heck to I post this?

"Wells purchased 100 shares of Wells Consulting Services stock for $10,000"

The only accounts I have to choose from are:
Cash
A/R
Supplies
A/P
Capital Stock
Retained Earnings
Dividends
Professional Fees
Operating Expense
Supplies Expense

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