Pam over Developing for Microsoft Dynamics GP published an article about the changes on Dynamics GP 2013 Pricelist, take a look into his article below: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/gp/archive/2012/07/11/napkin-pricing.aspx As per the published article at the partner source, prices are expected to be launched in August 1, 2012 “Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Draft Price List Coming August 1, 2012” Review the article below: https://mbs.microsoft.com/Cms/Templates/document/General.aspx?NRMODE=Published&NRNODEGUID=%7b504666FB-DFE2-43CF-A576-E8DFFCE9DBE7%7d&NRORIGINALURL=%2fpartnersource%2fpartneressentials%2flicensingpolicies%2fperpetual-licensing%3fr%3d13%26l%3d11&NRCACHEHINT=Guest&l=11&r=13 Regards, — Mohammad R. Daoud MVP – MCT MCP, MCBMSP, MCTS, MCBMSS +962 – 79 – 999 65 85 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.di.jo
This week’s installment of Dynamic Future Vote features the automatic deposit of Cash Receipts. Sounds like a brilliant idea to me! Dynamic Future – Vote – Auto deposit of Cash Receipts in Bank Click the link above to view Mark’s article. Click the image in his article to register your vote!
This is not necessarily a Microsoft Dynamics GP post, but rather a post on how Microsoft is thinking of embedding some of its current Windows 8, Kinnect, and cloud technology into the automotive world. On the other hand, West Coast Customs is one of the top custom cars designer in the world and are pretty known for their Street Customs show on Discovery’s TLC channel. Both companies teamed up to produce one of the sickest rides I have ever seen in years
My last post about the good and the ugly of the Update Budget Lines feature had a continuing theme to it. I was telling the story of the client who mass updated 650+ projects with a new cost category only to find the budget sources set to Specific didn’t get populated with the default “specific” GL account.
Here, at long last, is my next-to-last blog post in the Report Writer series. It’s not that I’ve covered everything you could possibly know about Report Writer, not by a long shot, but what I’ve found is some of the basic information I’ve shared thus far wasn’t as easy to find as the more advanced stuff was. Do you want to know about using VBA with Report Writer
That’s pretty interesting stuff out there in The Old New Thing blog. I got to read about why the close button of Windows is on the right corner