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All of my Hands On With posts so far have been with Microsoft Dynamics GP itself, but I am now branching out and going hands on with the GP Power Tools by Winthrop Development Consultants.
GP Power Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP is a Dexterity, Visual C# and Visual Basic.Net based integrated product for Microsoft Dynamics GP which contains a collection of utilities and tools to make the tasks of administering, supporting and developing Microsoft Dynamics GP easier and faster and is based on the product previously known as the Support Debugging Tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP.
GP Power Tools is distributed by Mekorma.
This series will open with the installation and basic configuration of the GP Power Tools and I will then move on to posts covering the features of the three sections into which the GP Power Tools is separated into:
Each of these sections will have its own series index, with this post being the series index for these sub-series.
Read original post Hands On With the GP Power Tools: Series Index at azurecurve|Ramblings of a Dynamics GP Consultant
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