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Using Units of Measure on Item Card Setups

Times are tough and poor Gru has gathered all the minions together to inform them that production on new minions has to stop and a full reconciliation of component parts has to be done. The Minion factory is shutting down.

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Posted in Inventory, Item Setups, Nav, NAV 2013, NAV Tips

Dynamics NAV: To upgrade or not to upgrade?

I will admit to being a proper 80’s child.  I can relate to most of those “Blast from the Past” posts on social media and I still have an old VHS copy of Labyrinth.  Those of you who have seen

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Posted in NAV 2013, NAV Upgrades, Navision

NAV Presales – The Rules of Engagement

I’ve been around NAV for a few years and I’ve been involved on the presales side of things too.  The following is a list of some of the things I deem most important when doing Presales Demonstrations for Microsoft Dynamics

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Posted in NAV Presales

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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Posted in Dimension Combinations, Dimensions, NAV 2013, Navision

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 Shortcuts and Cheat Sheet

To go along with the NAV Terminology post, I have created a Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 RTC Cheat Sheet.  Feel free to use this as and when you need it.  I have found that all users will record notes during training differently

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Posted in NAV 2013, NAV Shortcuts, Navision, Terminology

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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Posted in Dimensions, Global Dimensions, NAV 2013, Navision, Shortcut Dimensions

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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Posted in Dimensions, NAV 2013, Navision

NAV Specific Posting Groups

I did promise at the beginning of January in my NAV Posting Groups Blog that I would discuss Specific Posting Groups in more detail. Microsoft describes Specific Posting Groups as follows: The primary purpose of specific posting groups is to

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Posted in NAV 2013, NAV Posting Groups, Posting Groups, Specific Posting Groups

NAV Blogs

There is a fantastic community out there for Microsoft Dynamics and the NAV world has so many knowledgeable professionals all willing to share their experiences and lend a hand where needed. Of course there is always the question, when you

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