Microsoft have started the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Feature of the Day series on the Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog.
The twenty seventh feature they’ve announced is Email for 64-bit Microsoft Office.
Users will now have the ability to use 64-bit Microsoft Office when utilizing the email functionality within Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013. In previous versions, an installation of the 32-bit version of Microsoft Office was needed in order to use the email functionality.
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After 25 years, Microsoft have updated their logo to better reflect Microsoft as they currently are.
Using the Segoe font used elsewhere on their products and bearing a new stylised logo of four small coloured squares, the new logo looks like it belongs in the new UI;
I’ve tended to be quite reactionary about change in the past.
When the ribbon came out for example, my initial response was that I didn’t like it and remained with Office 2003 until Office 2010 came out. When I did do the upgrade though and started to use the ribbon I found that I quite liked it.
With Windows 8 and the Modern UI, I seem to have the opposite initial reaction; I quite like it.
I’ve played with the Developer and Consumer Previews and have downloaded the recently released MSDN version to test Microsoft Dynamics GOP with, and each version has become more and more polished. I don’t share the reservations of some people and the Home Screen on a desktop as it does integrate well with mouse and keyboard.
As to the new logo; I like it a lot. Nice, clean and simple.
Feel free to leave a comment with your view of the logo.
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This is the fifth post in the series on installing, configuring and preparing the Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP for use. So far I’ve covered the prerequisites, installation process, configuration and verification.
In this post, I’ve going to give a run through of configuring of Web Services Security Administrators.
Open the Dynamics Security Console (Windows Start menu » All Programs » Administrative Tools » Dynamics Security Console) and select the Microsoft Dynamics Security node;
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