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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Cookbook

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Microsoft Dynamics GP is an enterprise resource planning system, essentially an accounting system on steroids, designed for mid-sized organizations. The implementation of Dynamics GP is usually considered to be complex, and people often realize there must be more efficient ways of working with the system. This book will show readers how to improve their use of

Paperback, 348 pages
Published April 19th 2013 by Packt Publishing (first published January 1st 2013)
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Sabyasachi Roy
Jun 10, 2013 rated it it was amazing
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Just finished my first read of theMicrosoft Dynamics GP 2013 Cookbook and have to say - well done Ian and Mark! As usual, the content and quality of the material presented is just outstanding. The writers have taken the original GP 2010 Cookbook, which is excellent in its own right, added GP 2013 new features to it, and offer an excellent resource of tips and tricks that every GP user should have on their bookshelf or in their e-reader.

Regardless what GP version you're u
Belinda Allen
Jul 30, 2013 rated it it was amazing
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Mark Polino and Ian Grieve have given us the ingredients to make our Microsoft Dynamics GP work easier! They provide dollops of information that plucks out the difficulty of daily tasks. As a long time GP user, some of these dishes have been tucked away in the back of my cabinet. After reading this book cover to cover, I’m ready to …

Enough puns, this book is really great. Will everything apply to every reader? No, but there are real gems in here the can save all and any GP user time and energy;
John Brian Anderson
Bit light, some of these hacks and tips might be beneficial to others but as we do not use/need them I skipped. Like most tech books this one is full of screenshots. I do think the format and TOC is well done and made it easy for me to ID those hacks that I thought we could/should use. Overall worth it if you use dynamics but I was hoping for more.
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