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Why oh WHY do I have to resize the print preview window every time I run a report to the screen?  This seems like a simple fix and would save 1000's of click and drags... maybe even every day! :)

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Completed.

https://community.dynamics.com/gp/b/dynamicsgp/posts/microsoft-dynamics-gp-fall-2020---maximum-print-output-to-screen

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This is great, except it would be nice if this was user setting in setup.
I have users who need these reports and want it blown up each time, but I also have users that don't look at them and just close. When you have multiple reports pop up, you can easily get click happy closing then accidently close GP.
OR maybe this could be resolved by putting a warning on Close button for GP, are you sure you want to exit?

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S

Anyone,
Please go and up-vote for changing this feature to make it a user-preferences options at least:
https://experience.dynamics.com/ideas/idea/?ideaid=033bc3ed-f475-eb11-8fed-0003ff45c929

Category: System

S

Well...
Guess what? now that's implemented in GP, believe it or not, but some users don't like it, especially when working on large wide screen (panoramic), it looks ugly and takes un-necessary screen estate.. This is a nice feature, but forced down to the end-user without having a choice..
Ideally, you should be allowed thru a DEX.ini settings to disable that maximized output so the user still has the choice.
Thanks for considering this in an upcoming release.

Category: System

S

You got it Shawn!! Congrats!!

Category: System

S

YES!!!

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S

Yes, please!

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S

This feature was actually added to GP Power Tools a couple of weeks before Shawn posted it here. It is included in the latest hotfix release.

Category: System

S

Agree, this would be a time saver!

Category: System

S

Love it!

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S

Agree!

Category: System