I've been working with Dynamics GP for over 10 years....certainly not as long as some of you, but more than some. I've watched reporting develop in GP from the heritage text output(greenbar?) to the now graphical reporting found in Excel and Microsoft SQL Reporting Services. Now, when I say reports, I'm talking about printing something. There's obviously many ways to view your data within GP.....a more recent arrival on the scene is Dynamics GP Business Intelligence. But I'm old school; let's look at old fashion reports.
In my upcoming series of blogs I will review the following reporting tools available in Dynamics GP:
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