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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Cookbook by Mark Polino, Ian Grieve

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Using comments without needing a comment name

Many of the transaction documents in Dynamics GP provide a place for comments that can be printed on the document. Some common examples of these types of documents include quotes, sales orders, invoices, and purchase orders. Comments were originally intended to be recurring messages and were typically used to thank clients for their business, remind clients of holiday hours, or provide similar standardized messages. Consequently, each comment had a Comment ID allowing users to add a consistent comment to a document with a minimum amount of work. This worked great for standard, recurring comments. Unfortunately, the world in which we live is not standard and it's only occasionally recurring. Users ...

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