Bio – Rich Dickinson


I am relatively new the Microsoft CRM team joining in June of 2005. However, I have been at Microsoft for thirteen years. I spent my first six years in Microsoft Access support starting right after Access 1.0 was released. I then transferred over to the Microsoft Access product group as a Program Manager, where I specialized on setup and backwards compatibility. With Office 2003 and 12 I spent time working with the integration of Excel, Access, and the SharePoint technologies.


I am a Seattle Washington native and live on Queen Anne near the space needle. I enjoy going on road trips as a way to unwind and see the country.

Comments (10)

  1. With Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 a lot of work was done to allow users to get at the data captured by…

  2. only4gurus says:

    Hi,

    I work on the website Only4Gurus.com and we are revamping our newsletter. We want to publish very useful articles and tips to our base of nearly 5000 subscribers.

    Well, I would like to use your article about "Using Microsoft CRM’s Filtered views with Microsoft Access" (http://blogs.msdn.com/crm/archive/2006/05/11/595379.aspx)  on a next issue. Off course, we will provide the correct credits and a link back.

    Regards,

    Carlos Aquino

  3. One of the key ways that you can integrate other web applications with Microsoft CRM is to use the Iframe…

  4. This post is a follow on to my post on removing the chrome from a document library view. http://blogs.msdn.com/crm/archive/2006/06/20/639918.aspx

  5. Whenever I talk to people about Windows SharePoint Services and Microsoft Dynamics CRM everyone wants…

  6. Last month I posted on how to create a SharePoint document library using a CRM callout. Using a document

  7. I am happy to announce that the Microsoft Dynamics CRM team has re-released the List Web Part for Microsoft

  8. By now, you’ve come to know many of the Program Managers on the team through the articles that they write

  9. By now, you’ve come to know many of the Program Managers on the team through the articles that they write

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