On 9/18/02 Microsoft Business Solutions announced that it has combined the feature sets of it's Dynamics and eEnterprise products into one product to be known as "Great Plains". Some information on this web site may still refer to "Dynamics" or "eEnterprise", however it is now provided as the single licensed product called "Great Plains".
This Great Plains Overview is optimized for the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser and a screen resolution of 800x600.
Video's require Windows Media Player (usually already installed on Microsoft Windows computers) or Macromedia Flash Player. Please see "How to view a video" below for assistance.
Brochures require Adobe Acrobat Reader. Please see "To view a brochure" below for assistance.
In a product screen (for example the Foundation Series) you may click on a "video" link. The Windows Media Player or Macromedia Flash Player will appear and the video will play. If you do not have the Windows Media Player, it is available for free at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/download/default.asp . If you do not have the Macromedia Flash Player, it is available for free at http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/download.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash
If the video was a Windows Media Player video, once it starts to play, please press "Alt_Enter" (ie. press Alt and ENTER simultaneously) and the video will play full screen. Press Alt_Enter again and it will revert to the smaller player. A Macromedia Flash video will always play in a window and pressing Alt_Enter will have no effect on it.
After viewing any Video, please be sure to click the X in the upper right corner to exit the Windows Media Player or Flash Player.
Simply click the word Brochure. The brochure will display in a separate window.
After viewing a brochure, press the Adobe Acrobat Reader's X button in the top right corner to exit the Acrobat Reader.
Simply click the logo below if you find that you need to install Acrobat Reader.
Note: If you do not have Microsoft Word or the Word Viewer installed, the document might open up in Microsoft Wordpad. Wordpad is provided with the Microsoft Windows operating system. With Wordpad you will not have all the graphics and formatting displayed.
It is also possible that the document may open up in another non-Microsoft "Word compatible" word processor like Lotus SmartSuite® that you may have installed on your pc. It may or may not be properly displayed. Installing the Word Viewer (mentioned below) could cause all "doc" files on your computer to be thereafter opened in Word Viewer.
First Suggestion: If you already have Microsoft Word (or another "Microsoft Word compatible program) installed on your pc, simply click the word Brochure or Fact Sheet. The document will display in a separate window. After viewing a document, press Word's X button in the top right corner to exit Word.
Second Suggestion: If you are absolutely certain that you do not have Microsoft Word installed installed on your pc, click one of the following:
Microsoft Word 97/2000 Viewer for Windows 9x and later PCs
Microsoft Word 2003 Viewer for Windows 2000-SP4 and later PCs
After it is installed you will be able to view properly formatted Word documents in a separate window. After viewing a document, press Word's X button in the top right corner to exit the Word Viewer.
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