A personal account of writing a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Getting Started guide in only 30 days, including links to a free eBook.
If you haven’t spent much time looking at this dialog in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009, then likely you really need to read on: In the Olden Days Navision had a pretty standard release world. X.YY releases (such as 2.60, or 3.10) would be the big releases. You’d download a […]
Here at Small Square Services, we spend a great deal of time talking about Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Role Tailored Client. However, many NAV users are still using what is now called the Classic Client and may not know what this RTC product is all about. In this post, we’re going to give a basic […]
In Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009, one of the most popular new features is the Notes FactBox. Let’s take a look at the basics of how it works. In our example today, we have a Customer who is pretty behind on their payments and we’re going to block them, note why, and ask our collections person […]
One of the great features about RTC Reporting is that, if you want to slice and dice the numbers, you can easily Save As Excel. But, you can go even further beyond that if you want! We’ve talked before about the data structure behind reports from a technical point of view, but let’s look at […]
A very dry title about a very handy tip for users (or potential users) of Recurring Journals. This works in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 and Serenic Navigator, for all versions going back for the last 10 years, so you don’t have to be running the latest and greatest to make use of this. When using […]