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MVPs at User Group Summit

Looking for some fantastic sessions? Check these out – all led by a Microsoft MVP.

D365UG & AXUG Community General Session & Microsoft Town Hall

MVP Kelly Kane! She’s in charge! #womenindynamics

Kelly Kane @kellylappkane | Tuesday, October 16 | 8:15 AM – 9:15 AM | North Building, North Ballroom

BI12 – Moving From Reports to Business Intelligence

Who, me?

Joel Leichty @joelleichty | Tuesday October 16 | 9:45 AM – 10:45 AM | 122A – North

FIN17 – Understanding Production Cost Accounting for the Best Outcome

Don Riggs @donriggs_mvp | Tuesday, October 16 | 9:45 AM – 10:45 AM | 126B – North

HOL1 – Hands-on Lab: Workflow Part 1-Planning the Perfect Workflow

Rachel forced me to write this post. #UnderDuress

Rachel Profitt @rachelprofitt | Tuesday, October 16 | 9:45 AM – 10:45 AM | 127C – North

HOL2 – Hands-on Lab: Workflow Part 2-Making the Perfect Workflow Even More Perfect

Is there a part 3: “Making the Perfectest Workflow Go to 11”?

Rachel Profitt @rachelprofitt | Tuesday, October 16 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM | 127C – North

BI14 – Collecting BI Requirements for an Upgrade or Implementation

Joel Leichty @joelleichty | Tuesday, October 16 | 1:15 PM – 2:15 PM | 122A – North

FIN13 – The New Vendor Invoice Automation in Practice

I’m disappointed I can’t make this session! Looks great.

Ludwig Reinhard @dynamicsaxfico | Tuesday, October 16 | 1:15 PM – 2:15 PM | 125A – North

HOL3 – Hands-on Lab: Workflow Part 3-Finalizing and Testing the Perfect Workflow

LOL I swear I didn’t see this before I wrote my snarky comment above.

Rachel Profitt @rachelprofitt | Tuesday, October 16 | 1:15 PM – 2:15 PM | 127C – North

IND13 – Application Lifecycle Management: Operating Multiple Instances of AX 2012 R3 and D365

Thomas Ejby @powerpappi | Tuesday, October 16 | 1:15 PM – 2:15 PM | 126A – North

SYS07 – Leveraging Excel for Reporting and Data Manipulation

Excel!!! Best ERP on the market, in my opinion.

Justin Carter @DAXDude | Wednesday, October 17 | 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM | 121A – North

LPD04 – From Developer to Leader: What I Learned on my Journey Through the ERP Industry

Justin Carter @DAXDude | Wednesday, October 17 | 3:45 PM – 4:45 PM | 128B – North

LPD05 – The Art of Mentoring a Technical Expert

Don Riggs @donriggs_mvp | Thursday, October 18 | 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM | 128B – North

DEV09 – Flowing With the Common Data Services – Part 1

Rachel Profitt @rachelprofitt | Thursday, October 18 | 9:45 AM – 10:45 AM  & 1:15 PM – 2:15 PM | 122C – North

MFG09 – Ask the Experts: Master Planning

Don Riggs @donriggs_mvp | Thursday, October 18 | 9:45 AM – 10:45 AM | 126B – North

FIN18 – Understanding Revenue and Cost: Inventory and Purchasing Cost Accounting

Don Riggs @donriggs_mvp | Thursday, October 18 | 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM | 128A – North

FIN21 – Not to Fear: Audits, AX, and Beer is Back Again for 2018!

Our fearless leader is back!

Kelly Kane @kellylappkane | Thursday, October 18 | 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM  | 227A – North

POWDC08 – Power BI for Accountants

Belinda will teach you about debits and credits. Most accountants only dive into one other the other.

Belinda Allen @belindathegpcsi | Thursday, October 18 | 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM | 228B – North

D365UG/AXUG Closing Feedback Session

 

 

The Perfect Email Signature

Recently email signatures have caught my eye; most signatures are too long, ugly, and extraneously verbose.

To create the perfect signature:

  1. Create the signature text on one line with multiple sections. Use a bold, lowercase, one-letter descriptor for each section and a vertical bar separator between sections. For example, “Joel Leichty | t @joelleichty | …”.
  2. Use a smaller font size than your normal email text – nine or ten is good.
  3. After creating the text, modify the signature using an HTML editor.
  4. In the HTML editor, add the “<hr>” tag before the signature line, which will insert a scalable horizontal line.
  5. Also in the HTML editor, insert the non-breaking space character between the one-letter descriptor and the text. Instead of a space, use the character code “&nbsp;”. For example, “<b>n</b>&nbsp;Joel&nbsp;Leichty&nbsp;| “. Adding this special character keeps the signature organized when displayed on different screen sizes.

Do you have an even more perfect email signature? Let me know in the comments.


Joel Leichty | joelleichty@gmail.com | @joelleichty | p 574.555.1212

P.S. That’s not my real phone number.