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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Implementation by Victoria Yudin

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Vendors

Importing vendors into Dynamics GP can mean bringing in just the minimal information or a lot of details about each vendor. This is a great example of a situation where vendor classes can help enormously, as most of the details about a vendor can be defaulted from the class and there is no need to import them. The following example will show a vendor import with just a few basic fields of data and one address.

Columns used for import:

Field

Max. Length

Notes

Vendor ID

15

This is required and must be unique. It is recommended not to use special characters in IDs. Vendor IDs should all be in caps.

Vendor Name

65

Required field—this will automatically copy to the Check Name, and the first 15 characters will copy to the Short Name. ...

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