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New workflows for new accounts, receivings transactions and purchasing invoices
New workflows have been added to control the addition of general ledger accounts, purchase receivings transactions and purchasing invoices. The workflow for general ledger accounts can be initiated from any area of the system for any new accounts, or for any accounts that are in a workflow state, for example when an account has been edited, but not yet approved.
A number of enhancements improve the experience of working with Microsoft Dynamics GP. The following subsections describe those enhancements.
Additional sorting options added
A number of enhancements have been added to GP 2018 that make it easier and faster to find information. The new sorting options can be displayed in either ascending or descending order.
A shortcut to SmartList has been added to the web client.
Now you can navigate to SmartList directly from the web client, making access to SmartList inquiries and reports faster and easier.
Print a single statement from Customer Maintenance
Now you can print a statement for a single customer, from the Customer Inquiry window for that customer. The statement will use the statement format that’s assigned in the Receivables Setup window.
One payment per invoice set or one payment per-vendor
Now you can choose to make payments on individual invoices, or to choose a single payment per vendor. The choice of payment options is made in the Vendor Maintenance window. The default setting is to generate a single payment per vendor when you build payment batches using the Build Payment Batch window.
Payables checks windows renamed to reflect alternate payment options
Payables Management Checks windows have been renamed to reflect the ability to payments through credit cards, electronic funds transfers, or potentially other methods.
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Written by: Accountnet, Inc.