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Dimensions – Dimension Combinations

I have already covered the other areas of Dimensions in my previous blogs and I hope you have found them helpful.  The last thing I want to cover in the entering of Dimensions in Microsoft Dynamics NAV is Dimension Combinations.

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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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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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NAV Dimensions – Global vs. Shortcut Dimensions

Now that we have covered off the basic theory behind NAV Dimensions and you understand the concept of tagging entries with particular attributes, let’s now look at the two types of Dimensions that exist in the system.  These are Global

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NAV Dimensions – The Theory

Whenever I am doing a presales demonstration or training for Microsoft Dynamics NAV, I ask the question to participants, “What is a Dimension?”. Sometimes people will answer with “A cube.” or “A reporting category.” but more often than not most

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