Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central can indeed print paper checks… The default layout is called “Check”… and it’s a single stub and a single check. In my experience, most businesses don’t use this layout… so how do you change it to match your layout?
Below is a very brief write up to make this change using the additional out of the box options for Business Central.
I would like to say that the real solution to this is to pay your vendors electronically, but we can save that debate for a different day 🙂
I use Excel… a LOT, and for a very long time! With that comes the inevitable… my eyes aren’t as young as they used to be… plus, we tend to have a TON of data in our Excel file, sometimes making it harder to know which data is on the row that I am looking at.
I know, you can use themes, or highlight the row manually, but I want something dynamic. I want to highlight the active row (the row where my cursor is)… and I am greedy, I want it to change every time I change rows.
I personally think this should be a feature built into Excel, but I cannot find it anywhere – if you know of a different way, please post a comment below.
I’ve put together a few steps to automatically highlight my active row. Read on to see these steps and maybe put it to use for you!
About My Session: Considering Business Central (GPUG)
One of my sessions, sponsored by the GP User Group, will be an interactive panel discussion about Business Central. What is it, what does it mean to GP customers, and much more! Windi Epperson, Rod O’Connor, Tanya Henderson and myself make up this panel so come join us for some open and honest discussions!
Friday, October 18, 2019 | 1:15 PM – 2:15 PM
Should I be considering Dynamics 365 Business Central?
One of my sessions, sponsored by the GP User Group, will be a panel discussion for troubleshooting Dynamics GP. This panel will consist of Mark Polino, Rod O’Connor, Belinda Allen, and myself! A rock star panel – bring your challenges to discuss!
One of my sessions, sponsored by the BC User Group, will focus on Dynamics Business Central Tips and Tricks – Life Hacks. We will cover overlooked functions, cool ways of handling certain situations, new functionality and MUCH MORE!
One of my sessions, sponsored by the GP User Group, will be a fun and interactive competition on Excel functionality! My friends, Belinda Allen and Mark Polino, and I compete to show off our best Excel skills!
One of my sessions, sponsored by the GP User Group, will focus on an Excel Tips and Tricks – Life Hacks. We will cover overlooked functions, cool ways of handling certain situations, new functionality and MUCH MORE!
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