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Dynamics 365 Business Edition Provides LinkedIn Powered Sales and Financial Insights

Published on Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The Dynamics 365 Business edition is optimized for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) with 250 users or less. The system includes commonly desired CRM Sales, Marketing, and Customer Service functionality combined with new Dynamics 365 for Financials.

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Nintex Multiline Text Controls and Messy Spill-Over Text

Published by Jeannie Herrington on Friday, May 12, 2017

I seem to be on a Nintex kick lately, so here's another post about Nintex Forms for Office 365. I recently discovered a bug. My Nintex form that housed a repeating section with a multiline text control nested inside it was broken. Whenever I entered more than a few lines of text, saved the form and opened it in display, my text spilled outside the margins of the control and displayed on top of everything below it. Edit Mode. Looks good, right? Display mode. Awful!

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Gotcha On Self Signed Certs for a Customized Addon

Published by Kathy Brown on Thursday, May 11, 2017

I recently spent a lot of time following what seemed to be simple instructions for creating a self signed cert for an IBM Customized Addon Installer.  Over and over I repeated the steps from the following two links: One step in particular gave me issues, which was exporting the trust cer

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Visual Studio Code Keyboard Shortcuts

Published by Kathy Brown on Tuesday, May 9, 2017

I’ve been using Visual Studio Code more and more lately (Angular and other projects, plus it’s free!).  In case you’re new to VSC, make sure you take a peek at the VSC keyboard shortcuts reference sheet. The number one shortcut command I look up in any IDE is always how to toggle commenting on a line of code.  In VSC, that’s ⌘/ or Ctrl+/ . Another great one is ⇧⌥F or Shift+Alt+F to format your code so it’s easier to read. Happy coding!

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How Managing Data Makes New Nutrition Label Requirements Easier to Digest

Published on Thursday, April 27, 2017

New nutrition label requirements apply to domestically produced and imported packaged food products. A formula and recipe management system provides a solution for managing product data and the new nutrition label requirements.

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Installing and Using Nintex Forms for Office 365 - A Review

Published by Jeannie Herrington on Tuesday, April 18, 2017

I recently worked on a project that required me to use Nintex Forms for Office 365. While I have spent many, many hours working with Nintex Forms, up until now I have not had the opportunity to work with their new cloud-based forms technology. In this post, I will do my best to provide my unbiased opinion of Nintex Forms for Office 365.

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13 things I did in 1 hour with Microsoft Teams

Published by Chris Johnson on Friday, March 31, 2017

Microsoft Teams went GA this week.  I took it for a test drive Wednesday night, and I couldn't believe what I got done in just an hour (be forewarned: the screenshots were taken Friday when I wrote this blog!) 1. Created a new Team and with it got a shiny new Office 365 Group, Exchange Distribution List, SharePoint Site, Exchange calendar, etc.

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I found my new favorite Office365 feature - Share as Attachment as PDF

Published by John Head on Thursday, March 30, 2017

This is one of the biggest time consumers for me in my daily routine is sending documents to external users (customers) and having to create a pdf of that file each time. The workflow today is: 1. Open the document in Word 2. File | Save As, select PDF as file type, Hit Save 3. Create a new email in Outlook 4. Attach the PDF, selecting it from the drop down

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