Back for another round of a free virtual conference, Dynamics Con is gaining more and more traction in the space as THE leader in virtual sessions for Microsoft Dynamics 365.
This iteration will be held online September 20th through September 30th, 2021. You can see a list of all the submitted sessions at Dynamics Con website.
There are many sessions in each tract and I am excited to present a BRAND NEW version of BC Life Hacks.. but I need your votes! Please register and vote for my session and other sessions that you feel are of top interest to you.
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 🙂
Have you ever noticed that you have multiple records in Business Central for the same Vendor? Perhaps the vendor sent an updated W9… and someone didn’t realize the vendor was already in the system, so they created a new vendor… or maybe they are a DBA and someone just searched by the wrong name… so, well… now you have two vendors for the same account. There are a lot of reasons this happens… and when it does, it can be frustrating, or at very least, cause lots of extra work!
Worse yet… what if those duplicates have transactions against them… so now you are stuck with 2 vendor records (or maybe even more) for the same vendor… UGH!
Well, you are in luck! There is a way to merge those master records and maintain all of your history!
Have you ever posted a transaction… and just before clicking the post button you realize something was wrong in your description? But your mouse click was faster than your eyes… Yeah, me too. It just seems inevitable that no matter how much I try to make sure that I get it right… check, check again… triple check… I misspelll something, or just simply get it wrong. Ugh. When this happens, you may have just ‘rolled with it’ or even posted a correcting entry. Same here… There has to be a better way to handle this… and THERE IS!!
Below we will walk through a MUCH better way to handle these situations… you will LOVE IT!
As you may know, clicking on a phone number withing Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central will prompt you to make a phone call. This is pretty cool to me and is a big time saver!
Generally businesses are using Skype for Business, and upon install, this becomes the default application for invoking phone calls. But with the increasing development on Teams, and the growing desire to change from Skype for Business to Teams… how do you tell the software to use Teams for phone calls instead of Skype?