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We have another great new feature to tell you about this week. Prior to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018, the Purchase Order Number did not show on the Home Page under Procurement. With this new feature, you will now see the Purchase Order Number included on the Home Page when marking Procurement in the Customize Window setting.
To see the Purchase Order Number listed, you will need to add Procurements to the Home Page in Microsoft Dynamics GP. To add it to the Home Page: Under Home menu, click Customize in the right corner. Mark the Checkbox next to Procurement and Click OK. Go back to the Home Page and notice in the Purchase Requisition Status that the Purchase Order column now appears.
Be sure to check back to the Microsoft Dynamics 2018 New Features Blog Series page to review posted blog articles and upcoming blog posts to help you prepare for all the great New Features in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018.
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