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14 Aug

Dynamics GP Reconcile Remove Sales Documents

By Tracey BrinkmanGP Reporting, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Receivables Management, Sales, , , , , With 2 comments

Dynamics GP Reconcile Remove Sales Documents We occasionally will have customers call asking how get transactions removed from the SOP open files when they are complete. There is a Utility in GP that will do that for you. Make sure you have made a backup first. Then go to: Sales >> Utilities >> Reconcile-Remove Sales

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14 Aug

Dynamics GP Paid Sales Transaction Removal

By Tracey BrinkmanGP Reporting, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Receivables Management, Sales, , , , With 1 comment

Dynamics GP Paid Sales Transaction Removal Do you have Sales Transactions that continue to print on your Customer Statements and reports even though they are complete because they have not moved to History? There is a Routine that will allow you to move those transactions to History (If you are setup for History). Dynamics GP

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07 Aug

GP 2015 R2 Workflow Document Attachment

By Tracey BrinkmanAccounts Payable, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Purchasing, , , With 0 comments

GP 2015 R2 Workflow Document Attachment  Another new feature of GP 2015 R2 Workflow Document Attachment is an additional benefit to a feature that was added in GP 2013 R2. We reviewed that feature on a previous Blog: GP 2013 R2 Document Attach 2.0 which you can review from this link. http://www.isolutionspartners.com/gp-2013-r2-document-attach-2-0/ With GP 2015

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17 Jun

GP 2015 R2 General Ledger Combine Inquiry Windows

By Tracey BrinkmanGeneral Ledger, Microsoft Dynamics GP, System, , With 0 comments

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 General Ledger Combine Inquiry Windows One of the new enhance features available with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 General Ledger Combine Inquiry Windows. In previous versions you could not view both open and historical data for summary or transactions in the same inquiry window. In Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2

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