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One of the most popular sections of this site, this section covers all the information about Dynamics GP modules categorized. It has 28 GP modules related posts by several MVP's and experts of Dynamics GP. In this category, right on the top you will see Mark Polino’s extremely famous “50 MORE Tips in 50 Minutes” presentation. Under the main Tips and Tricks category, you can find hundreds of great tips for each module like:
Welcome to the Feature of the Day!
As you can probably tell from the activity on our blog and those around the GP community, things are definitely heating up and getting busy as we prepare for the big launch of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 at Convergence 2010 Atlanta in April! To help build even more excitement (and a bit of training-readiness), we’re excited to launch the Feature of the Day program. The Feature of the Day consists of a daily update that will provide you with an overview of some of the great new features set to release with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010.
Each Feature of the Day provides…
Popular Convergence Session: 50 Tips in 50 Minutes
One of the most popular sessions at Convergence 2009 this year was, "50 Tips in 50 Minutes for Microsoft Dynamics GP." The session included tips that reach multiple versions of Dynamics…
50 Microsoft Dynamics GP tips in 50 minutes!
Ok, you may think this is some sort of new Vegas casino gambling gimmick. Not far from reality! Fellow MVP Mark Polino is about to prove to the world that he can hand out 50 Microsoft Dynamics GP tips in 50 minutes at I.B.I…
50 New Tips for Dynamics GP
At iSight in September I had the privilege to present 50 New Tips in 50 Minutes for Dynamics…
Using the 50 Tips - Please Read
I've had a couple of incidents now of partners misusing the 50 Tips in 50 Minutes presentations so I need to address it.
The 50 Tips presentations, (iSight and Convergence) available from DynamicAccounting.net are covered under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike license
. All of my website content is covered by this license and the notice is on every page with a right side bar.
In plain English this means that:
- You are free to use either presentation as is BUT you can't strip off my name or the I.B.I.S. name.
- You can't remove the title…
It's been a long week with lots of cities and little connectivity. I presented the 50 new…
Dynamics GP Tips for Everyone
We had more than 90 people attend yesterday's webinar and more partners are picking up on the tips idea. For example, Total Accounting Solutions…
50 Tips for Dynamics GP is a Hit!
Pam and I finished the first run of 50 Dynamics GP tips in 50 minutes yesterday. Based on the feedback and surveys so far, the session was a huge…
Upcoming Week, 50 Dynamics GP Tips in 50 Minutes
I'm practicing my presentations for iSight
coming up next week. iSight
is I.B.I.S.' annual conference for our customers and happening on Wednesday of next week in Atlanta and on Thursday in Charlotte. If you're an I.B.I.S.…
Weekly Dynamic: Rename Report Files for Archiving
A question came up in the GP Newsgroup today. MarcB wanted reports printed to a file to be automatically named by GP. This would ease the naming and archiving burden.
Well, there is a way to accomplish the end result, just not with the same method. In Tools->Setup->Posting->Posting you can specify that you want a report to always print to a file and name the file. This will give you a report with the same file name every time. This gets you part of the way there.
Next you'll need a little VBScript…
Made a mistake?
No screen shot here because this rule is the same no matter where you are in ANY accounting software.
When you make a mistake, reverse it or void it. DO NOT ADJUST IT!
If you have a…
Weekly Review: Use a Suspense Account as a Bridge
Every once in a while you run into something you can't quite do the way you want in GP and sometimes a little creativity can save a lot of customization. One little piece of creativity is to use a suspense account. There's nothing special about suspense account. It's not an account type, it's just an account that you always want it to be zero. You'll need a few examples to understand.
We use ADP for payroll and we know the cash requirements a couple…
To Close or Not to Close, that is the Question. A: CLOSE
Another Belinda-ism… If you enter your work every day, you can perform soft closes on all periods not needed. There is no need to keep more than 3 periods open at a time. Last…