If you ever have problems activating Microsoft Office 2013 you might need to change the licence key, but this cannot be done through the front end.
Instead, there is a command you can run at the command line to change the key:
cscript "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office15\OSPP.VBS" /inpkey:officekey
Replace the highlighted section above to the new key you want to put in place; once done you can then log into Office and activate the software online.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 was released at the end of May. As I mentioned at the time, I was away from home for work and rather busy otherwise so this series of posts has been somewhat delayed.
However, I am now getting my hands on GP 2015 R2 and thought I would do my usual set of posts on the installation of the various components and also the usage of the new functionality. This is going to be quite a long series of posts, so keep checking back regularly.
When using the Word Templates to replace the standard reports for printing reports such as invoices, remittances or purchase orders you can do changes to the format or layout using the standard functionality of Microsoft Word.
However, if you want to add additional fields then you need to install the Microsoft Dynamics GP Add-in for Microsoft Word. Do this by launching the Microsoft Dynamics GP setup utility from the downloaded installation media and, under Additional Products, click on Microsoft Dynamics GP Add-in for Microsoft Word:
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In what looks to be the first in a set of analytics dahsboards, Mark Polino has released a Sales Analytics dashboard on his DynamicAccounting.net site.
The dashboard builds on the ideas covered in Mark’s recent Building Dashboards with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and Excel 2013 and can provide a really good shortcut to getting started using an Excel dashboard rather than rolling your own from scratch.
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A few weeks ago Mark Polino, in conjunction with Packt Publishing published another book, the Building Dashboards with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and Excel 2013;
I got a copy of Mark Polino’s Building Dashboards with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and Excel 2013 the other week with the intention of working through it following all of the examples. However, the reality is I don’t have the time to do this due to other commitments (both work and outside of work ones).
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Following on relatively quickly from Leslie Vail’s new Microsoft Dynamics GP book, , available from Packt Publishing, comes Mark Polino with Building Dashboards with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and Excel 2013.
This book will teach you how to build a dashboard using Excel 2013 with information from Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, how to make Excel a true business intelligence tool with charts, sparklines and slicers and show how to utilise PowerPivot’s full potential to create even more complex dashboards;
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