If you are having trouble finding your Windows 10 license key, know that you are not alone. Sometimes, it feels like it is just hidden.
To find your product key, check out this great post at https://www.groovypost.com/howto/find-your-windows-10-product-key/.
The important paragraph is:
“When you purchase your Windows 10 license from the Microsoft Store, a copy of the product key is stored in your Microsoft Account. Microsoft will also send you a copy of the product key in a confirmation email. If you don’t see the confirmation email, check your junk mail folder. If you still don’t find it, log into the Microsoft Store > Downloads > Product Keys > Subscription page. Then click the Digital Content tab to see your previous purchases along with your product key.”
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Microsoft published a very important blog on December 7, 2016 on the Blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/CRM. You can read the entire blog at https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/crm/2016/12/05/now-in-preview-relationship-insights-for-dynamics-365/.
What is very important for end users to know is this first paragraph of the blog:
“This year brought major changes to the Microsoft CRM platform—even its name changed from Dynamics CRM to Dynamics 365. Dynamics 365 still provides all the familiar capabilities of Dynamics CRM, but now also aims to break down the invisible barriers that have traditionally existed between CRM, ERP, productivity software, and other systems that business professionals use every day. Going forward, the platform will also take increasing advantage of the scalability, data integration, and advanced processing power of the Microsoft Azure cloud-computing infrastructure. And already now, you can get your first glimpse of some of benefits this change has made possible by previewing the new Relationship Insights suite of features.”
The other helpful information in this blog details where you can find information online about the new RELATIONSHIP INSIGHTS suite, in the Dynamics 365 Online Help. Here are some of the links:
- For a detailed overview of the various Relationship Insights features and their capabilities, see the Relationship Insights overview.
- For prerequisites and instruction on how to enable and configure the preview, see Configure Relationship Insights features.
- For details about auto capture, which finds email messages from your Outlook mailbox that could be relevant to the record you are currently viewing in Dynamics 365, see the Auto capture topic. Messages found by auto capture remain private to you, but you can choose to track any found message with a single click without having to open Outlook. Tracked messages are imported into Dynamics 365 and added as an activity for the relevant record, where the rest of your team can also see them. Auto capture is only available in the web interface for Dynamics 365, though you can also track messages manually using existing controls in Outlook.
If you are having difficulty with understanding the functionality, reach out to your Microsoft Partner.
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What would life be without updates?
To me, the answer is that it would be more frustrating and less fun. Having said that, some exciting news! As of December 7, Microsoft has release cumulative update 01 (CU01) for Dynamics NAV 2017. You can read the entire blog at https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/nav/2016/12/07/cumulative-update-01-for-microsoft-dynamics-nav-2017-has-been-released/.
Where to find Cumulative Update 01
You can download the cumulative update from KB 3209071 – Cumulative Update 01 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 (Build 14199).
Or you can download the cumulative update from the Microsoft Download Center.
You will also find information on how to install the update – or at least a link to the article – on this blog.
I will be the first to admit that I like having manuals to read for specific information. Microsoft has now authored documents called Quick Starts for Office 2016. You can see the documents at https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Office-2016-Quick-Starts-25f909da-3e76-443d-94f4-6cdf7dedc51e.
Here are the different versions available.
Download in PDF
Read in Office Sway
For Mac users, the following Quick Start guides exist. The Office 2016 guides are available to download in PDF. They include Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
Skype for Business, Mac, and Mobile
Thinking about whether to upgrade to Office 2016? Take a look at the resource guides to help you decide.