Have you ever found a Microsoft Dynamics AX diagram on TechNet or MSDN only to forget where it was later when you needed it?
To help with this scenario, we’ve curated our top diagrams from our Microsoft Dynamics AX help content and pinned those diagrams to Pinterest boards. Now, via our AX Content Pinterest boards, you can quickly scan through our pins to find the diagram that you want.
Click on a pinned diagram for a larger view and then click on the Website button on the top pin bar to view the TechNet or MSDN topic that is the source for the diagram.
We have Pinterest boards for the following categories of diagrams:
Pinterest members – Be sure to follow us so that your Pinterest home feed will show you the diagrams that we pin.
Non-Pinterest members – You don’t have to be a member to see our boards. Be sure to bookmark the boards or pins that you like the best for quick access later. Also, if Pinterest is new to you, check out Pinning101 to familiarize yourself with the Pinterest terminology and concepts.
Still can’t find a diagram that you are looking for? – Leave a comment on this blog post and describe the Microsoft Dynamics AX diagram that you once found on TechNet or MSDN but can’t find any more. We’ll try to find it and pin it to one of our Pinterest boards.
<a href="www.microsoft.com/.../a> now has a handy link to AXContent on Pinterest. The link is a clickable image near the bottom of WebSearchAx.
Also, WebSearchAx has a search check box to find only those AX topics on TechNet and MSDN that contain images.
As a fix to the rejected <a> tag in my previous reply...
Here is the HTTP URL to WebSearchAx.
Of course, you can always get to WebSearchAx from the Help (or '?') menu in the AX client.
The HTTP URL for WebSearchAx is...
www .microsoft .com/ dynamics/ ax/ websearch/