I have been doing some R&D with GP2015 (Desktop & Web Client) on my virtual machine for almost a week now. On that note, let me share with you one particular issue, that’s a bit silly, yet possible to be faced by many of you out there. I had a working instance of GP 2015 Web Client on my VM (that’s connected to my work domain).
It’s high time I blog about this. Those who are on Mac and use MS Word for Mac, this is going to be real time saver. Let me brief the issue first
A lot of people have been waiting for this since the napkin pricing posts last month. Go check it out at – Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 and Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Pricing and Licensing Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Draft Price List Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Starter and Extended Pack Functionality If you have been living under a rock or have missed what all is coming out in GP 2013 – check out the preview PDF and keep reviewing the feature of the day series at Inside Dynamics GP
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2 is now available! The Dynamics GP team is proud to announce the availability of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2! Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2 builds on the great foundation we shipped just under one year ago in the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 release with key themes of Enhancing Insight, Making It Easier and Extending Connections.
One of the most flexible feature of Microsoft Dynamics GP is its ability to send reports by E-mail in text or PDF format on the fly. Majority of users find this feature useful and part of their day to day operation. Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 brought new issues to this feature