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MCS and EDI Can I Do It??

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Jim Payne (SD)

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:? Hi Everyone!

I have been reading in the AF about the EDI ing of Reports. I have MCS 8.01 and am wondering WHAT I need to do in order to do that...

Any Help & Comments WOULD BE APPRECIATED!

Jim Payne (SD) :)
 

Jo Ann Meyer Stratton

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To creat a pdf file to send as an attachment to an email, you need the Adobe Acrobat Writer--which costs anywhere from $150 to $250. But can you create a pdf file with your software? Have you called your tech support?
 

Jim Payne (SD)

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To creat a pdf file to send as an attachment to an email, you need the Adobe Acrobat Writer--which costs anywhere from $150 to $250. But can you create a pdf file with your software? Have you called your tech support?
Thanks JoAnn!! :)

I have Emailed George Opelka at Polaroid Forms.com . Waiting To Hear from Him...

Thanks Again, Have A Good Weekend!! :D

Jim Payne (SD)

P.S. The Appraiser that needed information for the Island on the Niobrara River SE of Yankton was in a couple of weeks ago... I 'harassed' him about that... Weather has been really cold here, we're having a 'heat wave' right now at 30 Degrees!
 

Jo Ann Meyer Stratton

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Did you watch "Beyond the Prairie" the other night. The south bank sorta looked like the river by Yankton but they didn't go down any cliffs to get to the river bank before getting on the ferry! And where did they find an Austrialian Sheperd in NE Nebr in 1890?
 

Jim Payne (SD)

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Did you watch "Beyond the Prairie" the other night. The south bank sorta looked like the river by Yankton but they didn't go down any cliffs to get to the river bank before getting on the ferry! And where did they find an Austrialian Sheperd in NE Nebr in 1890?
:) Hi JoAnn!

<span style='color:darkblue'>No, I wasn't able to watch "Beyond the Prairie" the other night. I know that the Film Company did film 'up and down' the Missouri River between Yankton and Pierre.</span>

Will keep you informed on the information that I get from Polaroid Forms.

HAVE A GOOD WEEKEND! I'm back at my desk trying to see bottom. I am Thank Full that I have been busy--some of my cohorts aren't that busy. Lots of Foreclosures here on Single Family Residences all of a sudden... Hope it doesn't hit the Commercial/Industrial or Ag Sector--then we would really be in for a BIG Change. Closing Our Staples Store here was a big enough shock :x

As always-behind...


Jim Payne (SD) :wink:
 
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