Director of Software Development & Integration for Sta-home Health & Hospice, Inc.Chairman of the Board of Advisors for the Dynamics GP User Group (GPUG)
10+ years with Dynamics-GP (GL, AP, HR, Payroll, Maintenance, Training, Upgrades, Security) 15+ years as a Database Administrator (Maintenance, Performance, Warehousing, Validation, Correctness, Alerts, BI & Reporting)20+ years as a Developer (Written software for IBM, BCBS, Schools, Nursing Homes, & Home Health)
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When I wrote my first post a few minutes ago, I was thinking I would do a simple Introduction with a series of post afterwards, as I have done in the past.
However, I got to thinking, that maybe for this series of post I would test out something a little different that is besides using Microsoft Word rather than Microsoft Live Writer. (Note: I will write a separate post for my experiences using Microsoft Word)
Instead of my Introduction post as the beginning point and then a series of post with my usual "<Previous Post>", "<Next Post>" links like I have done in the past I would create a "Table of Contents" type of post first and then update it as I write the other posts. I will still keep the "Previous" and "Next" links at the bottom of each post for your convenience.
So on to the Table of Contents:
Introduction, of course I will have to write it first. :)
Other Contents to come so please keep checking back.
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