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Free Training!

To celebrate the opening of our newly refurbished training room, we will be offering free Microsoft Dynamics Training Classes. Space is limited, please send an email to sales@completesoftware.net for more information.

Free Training! 2014-11-14T22:21:37+00:00

COMPLETE SOFTWARE JOINS MICROSOFT DYNAMICS GP USER GROUP

COMPLETE SOFTWARE announced today that it has joined the Dynamics GP User Group (GPUG) as a Premier Partner Member.   GPUG is an independent group of Microsoft Dynamics GP users, partners, and industry experts, recognized by Microsoft as the official user group for Dynamics GP.  COMPLETE SOFTWARE’s participation in GPUG demonstrates their commitment to the [...]

COMPLETE SOFTWARE JOINS MICROSOFT DYNAMICS GP USER GROUP 2017-08-02T13:58:00+00:00

Management Reporter 2012 “Connection to the Server” Error

When you start Microsoft Management Reporter 2012 (MR 2012) you receive one of the following error messages: "A connection to the server could not be established.  Check the server address and try again or contact your system administrator." or "Can't connect to the Management Reporter server." A simple quick check is to verify the times [...]

Management Reporter 2012 “Connection to the Server” Error 2017-08-02T13:58:00+00:00

Simplifying the Geek Speak Series

Week #6 Welcome back to our new series of blog posts, Simplifying The Geek Speak!  Thanks for continuing to tune in.  For those of you just joining us…this blog is setting out to simplify the overly complicated. While many people prefer to use their mouse, I am a keyboard kind of person.  So, a special [...]

Simplifying the Geek Speak Series 2017-08-02T13:58:00+00:00

Microsoft Excel Tip #8

  Merged Cells Merged Cells are pretty easy to use.  A “merged cell” is two or more cells joined together to form one big cell.  Usually, merging is simply a formatting feature.  Let’s look at our two examples.  First, a standard spreadsheet comparing values across months and years. This gives us our values, but it’s [...]

Microsoft Excel Tip #8 2017-08-02T13:58:00+00:00

Microsoft Dynamics GP Tips and Tricks

  Article #6 We are even more excited about the new release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 that was released on 6/4/2014!  Another new feature is major revision to document attachments!  You can now Scan Documents Directly to Doc Attach from your Scanner!  Another part of this is the ability to Doc Attach to [...]

Microsoft Dynamics GP Tips and Tricks 2017-08-02T13:58:00+00:00

Microsoft Dynamics Tips and Tricks

Article #5 We are still excited about the new release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 that was released on 6/4/2014!  Another new feature is the ability to reprint Bank Reconciliation reports!  In previous versions, the only time we could print these reports was at the time of reconciliation, but there is now an option [...]

Microsoft Dynamics Tips and Tricks 2014-08-01T19:32:46+00:00

Microsoft Dynamics GP Tips and Tricks

GP Tips and Tricks Article #4 Great news!  Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 was released on 6/4/2014!  One of the new features is a copy and paste feature from Excel to a General Journal Entry!  Can you tell I am a bit excited?  Normally we would have to rekey, use an integration, or use a [...]

Microsoft Dynamics GP Tips and Tricks 2014-07-25T19:40:16+00:00

Management Reporter 2012 – How to Clear Report Queue?

It is often noted that after generating a report, Management Reporter 2012 keeps the logs of the same and during the course these are piled up and at times you will need to clear these report queues.  The below steps will help you to clear the queues. Log in to SQL Management Studio with administrative [...]

Management Reporter 2012 – How to Clear Report Queue? 2017-08-02T13:58:00+00:00

When Does My SQL Support End?

  Microsoft has announced the end of mainstream support for SQL 2008 – and it’s right around the corner.  Please look below to see when your mainstream and extended support end for your SQL version.   SQL Server Version Release Date End of Mainstream Support End of Extended Support SQL 7 Mar 01 1999 Dec [...]

When Does My SQL Support End? 2017-08-02T13:58:00+00:00