Monthly Archives: April 2014

NAV Dimensions – Default Dimension Priorities

In my last post for Dimensions we looked and how to set up Default Dimensions and the warnings about the use of Same Code on Balance Sheet G/L Accounts.  If you worked along and did the exercise in the last

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NAV Tips: Changing Column Header Height

When you first open Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, you will notice that all the column headers are on a single line and unless you widen the column, some of the Headers are too big to fit and will be cut

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NAV Tips: Applying Flow Filters in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

A little while back I was asked if I would do a very quick blog on applying Flow Filters in NAV2013.  If you have already attempted to do this, you would have discovered by now (as the requestor of the

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Posted in Filtering in NAV, NAV 2013, NAV Filters, NAV Tips, Navision

Default Dimensions – Something to remember…

We know that Default Dimensions can indeed make our life easier and save the users a considerable amount of time when entereing new information into the system, but there is something very important to remember when setting up Default Dimensions

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Default Dimensions

Welcome to the third part of the Dimensions Blogs.  If you have not already done so, please check out Dimensions – The Theory and Global vs. Shortcut Dimensions. Today I am going to review Default Dimensions Before I start on these

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