Since the introduction of the modern lifecycle the official name will remain Microsoft Dynamics GP and the technical name being Microsoft Dynamics GP 18.3, I will be referring to it as the Microsoft Dynamics GP October 2020 Release from here on.
I don’t know if this is the complete list of new functionality for the Microsoft Dynamics GP October 2020 Release, but the new features listed by Aisling are:
- Ability to disable the system print dialog box when printing a Word Template
- Maximizing GP reports on “print to screen” rather than needing to resize the window
- A New User Defined Field is available in GL Transaction Entry
- Limiting Excel Copy/Paste decimal places to what is in Currency Setup
- Reconcile all years in the General Ledger Reconcile utility, instead of one year at a time
- Copy/Paste transactions in Payables transactions (as per GL transaction Entry)
- Two new user-defined fields on Payables Transaction Entry (adding to the long description on Payables Transactions added in the October 2019 Release)
- Added the DBA Name Field on the Vendor Card and 1099 form updates
- The 1099-NEC form! For payables Non-Employee Compensation reporting requirements starting at the end of this year, Microsoft will include the new 1099-NEC form
- Ability to mask the Social Security Number on HR reports
Included in this fix, as always, will be a number of bug fixes.
Keep an eye on the Product Lifecycle page to make sure you remain on a supporte dversions of Microsoft Dynamics GP; GP 2010 will be out of extended support as of October 2020, so any site still using this versions should be looking to upgrade as soon as possible.