In our most recent webinar, we took a look at Powerful document generation for Dynamics GP. In this webinar, we covered how dox42 can be used to design attractive document templates in Microsoft Office and integrate data from Microsoft Dynamics GP and other systems such as SharePoint or Microsoft 365. If you want to catch up on this, or any other, webinar, you can do so here.
In this blog post, I am going to recap the webinar and show the benefits and some example uses of dox42 for generating documents with data from Dynamics GP and other systems:
- Introducing dox42
- Examples of how dox42 can be used
- Template Design
- Integrate data from various sources
- Automate your output
- Key benefits
- Examples from Dynamics GP
dox42 are headquartered in Vienna Austria and sell dox42 through a partner channel using companies such as ISC Software. It allows you to generate individualised documents from all your existing systems, including Microsoft Dynamics GP, automatically. Offers, quotes, contracts, inspections or server-reports, presentations, Excel-charts and insurance policies; dox42 is a flexible, powerful and intuitive application which allows you to use the common interface of Microsoft Word, Excel or PowerPoint to design document templates.
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In this series I am taking a look at how macros can be used to update data in Microsoft Dynamics GP.
The most common way I update a macro template with the data to be updated, is to use Mail Merge in Microsoft Word.
Make sure you have your data prepared: in the demo system I’m using, I have only four users. I have created some new passwords based on the User Name field and stored them in an Excel spreadsheet:
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Yesterday David Musgrave posted an article which outlines how you can extract images out of a Word 2007/2010 document quickly and easily by changing the extension from .docx to .zip and opening with WinZip.
Great idea, but it occurred to me that this could possibly be done with a little less work. Continue reading “Extracting Images From Microsoft Word 2007/2010”