One of my users use Mac OS X Mavericks and his major concern was to batch print files in a folder without opening each one of them. He somehow (?!?!?!) trusted my expertise in Mac OS to find a solution.
My best friend, Google, came to my rescue again. I got this gem of a post by Jesse Chapman (sorry Jesse, I tried getting a profile page of yours, but could only get your twitter page) on his blog wait, really? that saved my day.
Read it here: How to batch print multiple files in Mac OS X without opening them.
Though the post is for Mac OS Snow Leopard, it still works charmingly on Mavericks. Thanks a bunch, Jesse.
Upside; I am now considered an expert in Mac OS by at least one Mac user in this world :-D. Downside; I may get more support requests with Mac OS :-P.
But hey, I am not even complaining.
I had been almost nonexistent from Dynamics GP community for the past 5 months. For various reasons; some were compelling, but some were quite silly. I was off late busy with two things; my daughter’s schooling and my only passion (other than Dynamics GP) that is photography.
Down the lane, I just realized that I had been missing so many amazing things that were happening on Dynamics GP community. This lagness had taken me to oblivion.
My passion towards Dynamics GP had never died down. I am now back to active blogging and will be continuing with my knowledge sharing. I won’t let down my blog readers at any point of time and would continue to be a source of GP information, as much as I can.
I second Christina’s point. Never ever, you consultant, post any transaction on a client’s system. Whatever it is. Be it correction entry or a backlog entry or a real time transaction or even a test entry to demo.
I learned that lesson very long back, around 5 years back, when I was in my infancy on consultancy. Like Christina, my lesson was also very bitter. And then, I never did that ever in my life.