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Title:The wonders of CTRL+Q: saving and printing SOP documents in one step
Description:How many times have you wished you could save and print a sales order, a fullfillment order, or an invoice document, with their corresponding packing slips and picking tickets all in one step? The SOP Quick Print feature offers just that! Written by my friend David Musgrave, and a standard part of Microsoft Dynamics GP, it's one of the most overlooked (or perhaps, unknown) yet, one of the most requested options by users working with SOP.

David says "Just set it up with the Keep Current Document Displayed option unchecked.Then instead of saving and then printing. Just use Ctrl-Q to quick Print.That will then save the document and print it.That's what I wrote the feature for."

To access the setup window, click on the Options menu on the Sales Transaction Entry screen, then select Quick Print Setup. You can configure additional options even for packing slips and picking tickets, along with report output settings. You can also choose to let the document remain on the screen even after printed.

Once configured, you can then begin to enter your documents or select previously entered ones, then hit CTRL+Q from your keyboard. That's it! Your document is saved then printed, all in one step! One of the most important benefits of this feature is, you don't need to create your own customization.

Have a happy CTRL+Q with your SOP documents!

Until next post!

Mariano Gomez, MIS
Maximum Global Business, LLC
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