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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2, and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 are compatible with Microsoft Office 2013

    We are happy to announce compatibility between Microsoft Office 2013 and the following versions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV: Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1 Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Microsoft Office 2013 is available in a 32-bit version and a 64-bit version...
  • Blog Post: Sending E-mails via Dynamics NAV and the Outlook Security dialog box requesting permissions to send on behalf

    It has been a while ago since I last talked about the Outlook Security dialog box in combination with E-mail logging. Now it is time to summarize all what we have up to now since we are a couple of releases later and the classic application server is no longer needed within Dynamics NAV 2013 release...
  • Blog Post: Source Code Released for Lync Communication Add-In for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

    Today we can announce that the Lync Add-In is available for download in source code. This Add-In is a good sample for a nice integration with other fields on a page, yet still provides a very custom functionality and rendering. It has been shown at recent conferences and is also contained on the VPC...
  • Blog Post: Use Open XML to Extend the Excel Buffer Functionality (Part 2 of 2)

    In Microsoft Dynamics NAV, there are several areas that enable the user to perform analysis in Microsoft Excel. Areas such as importing and exporting budgets, analysis by dimensions, and a number of selected reports all use Excel Buffer to export data to Microsoft Excel. In Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013...
  • Blog Post: Excel Buffer Using Open XML Instead of Excel Automation (Part 1 of 2)

    In Microsoft Dynamics NAV, there are several areas that enable the user to perform analysis in Microsoft Excel. Areas such as importing and exporting budgets, analysis by dimensions, and a number of selected reports all use Excel Buffer to export data to Microsoft Excel. In Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013...
  • Blog Post: Ad Hoc Reporting with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013: Microsoft Office Excel Add-in, Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel, and Jet Reports Express

    To make a difference in this competitive world, users of today’s ERP solutions want to easily perform analysis and produce reports based on their ERP data to make informed business decisions. They need an easy to use, intuitive environment to help them perform the necessary analysis on their ERP...
  • Blog Post: Document Management – New Version of Zetadocs Express for Microsoft Dynamics NAV is Available for Download

    A new version of Zetadocs Express for Microsoft Dynamics NAV is available for download. Download the new version via PartnerSource: Zetadocs Express for Microsoft Dynamics NAV Download the new version via CustomerSource: Zetadocs Express for Microsoft Dynamics NAV In response to requests...
  • Blog Post: Complicating the synchronization setup with newly created entities

    During one of the conferences I attended where I spoke about Outlook Synchronization, the request was to talk about the creation of new entities and extending the solution with new fields. Let’s do this now with a new blog. First of all, you need to ensure you have applied latest patches and fixes. For...
  • Blog Post: Jet Express - Improved User Interface for the General Ledger Wizard

    The General Ledger wizard included in Jet Reports Express for Microsoft Dynamics NAV has been redesigned to provide ease-of-use benefits and offer consistent styling with the Table Builder. Key improvements include: Generic description of the Global and Advanced Dimension code captions (e...
  • Blog Post: Baseline implementation utilizing Outlook Synchronization in Dynamics NAV 2009 R2

    Some people asked me to update the original blog posting Outlook Synchronization and baseline implementation for Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1 and Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1 since Microsoft did release Dynamics NAV 2009 R2. Let’s take the opportunity to mention latest news regarding Outlook Synchronization solution...
  • Blog Post: Jet Reports Express for Microsoft Dynamics NAV is Now Available in 5 More Countries

    We are pleased to announce that Jet Reports Express for Microsoft Dynamics NAV is now available for Czech, Finnish, Hungarian, Icelandic, and Greek languages. As of March 30 th 2012, Jet Reports Express for Microsoft Dynamics NAV has been updated to include Czech, Finnish, Hungarian, Icelandic, and...
  • Blog Post: Export to Excel on Dynamics NAV: RTC

    Due to many and frequent questions on the topic of performance when exporting to MS Excel on RTC, I've summarized some of the answers in this blog to try and explain the impact of running MS Office automation objects on RTC . Let's start with Stefan's excellent blog on automation objects and considerations...
  • Blog Post: Presence Control Add-In in Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Lync

    Some may have seen this Add-In somewhere already as it has been around for some time. This is a high level explanation to how it was actually done. First thing to mention here is that the base for this Add-In is a publicly available sample of Presence Controls intended for Office Communicator 2007...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Office Click-to-Run and NAV

    Microsoft Office has a very interesting feature called Click-to-Run. It is a new software delivery mechanism. Office Click-to-Run is optimized for home users on broadband connections. Programs delivered via Click-to-Run execute in a virtual application environment on your computer. This means that the...
  • Blog Post: NAV 2009 Tips and Tricks: Send lists and cards to Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook

    It's easy to share Microsoft Dynamics NAV information with colleagues who do not have access to the application. You can export the information from Microsoft Dynamics NAV to Word, Excel, or Outlook, and share the document. The information you export retains the formatting of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics NAV Compatibility with Microsoft Office 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint 2010

    With the release of Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 the relationship between internal line of business applications and business productivity software is stronger than ever. There have been added many exciting new features, which will bring value to many customers, including those customers that are...
  • Blog Post: Platform Update 2 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1

    Update 2 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1 incorporates over 40 hotfixes and resolves various additional known issues reported since the previous update. It is verified to run on Windows 7 and on Windows Server 2008 R2. It provides updated stylesheets to support export of PictureBoxes to Microsoft Office...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics NAV, customizing style sheets for export to MS Excel

    A while a go we posted a blog decribing how to make some basic customizations to style sheets used for export to Excel. http://blogs.msdn.com/nav/archive/2009/02/18/customizing-style-sheets-for-ms-excel.aspx This is an update to that blog. You can download updated sample objects from the link below...
  • Blog Post: An almost exact decimal

    Recently I was working with a very interesting case, involving Automation, and AL runtime. This involves the number of decimals that NAV supports; giving the sensation that rounding is done incorrectly. First, I would like to bring you your attention to Table 370 (Excel Buffer). This table provides...
  • Blog Post: Customizing style sheets for MS Excel

    As of version 5.0, Dynamics NAV introduced the option to export forms to MS Office (Word or Excel). Data presented on the form are exported in an xml, formatted using style sheets then sent to Word/Excel/Other programs A Style Sheet tool for Dynamics NAV has later been released to help partners create...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics NAV 2009 and MS Office Integration, send-to Excel and Word

    This blog describes changes in office integration feature, send-to Excel and Word, when using RTC client in NAV 2009. Send-to menu option on RTC client is typically located in menu, under Actions - Send to option. Shortcuts for this functionality is added, but unlike version 5.0, only send -to Word...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics NAV and export to Excel: Export dates as true excel dates

    When running Send-to Excel functionality and exporting data to MS Excel using style sheets, all data exported form NAV is formatted as either numbers or strings. That also includes dates, that are exported as strings and not formatted as true dates in excel. As of update 1 for NAV 5.0 SP1, data.xml...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1 and export to Excel

    A number of issues previously reported when running with Dynamics NAV 5.0 and using send-to Excel functionality, are now corrected. These issues include (among others): decimals exported as text, Item/Customer numbers exported as decimals, dates exported as decimals. To implement correction, update...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics NAV 5.0 and Style Sheet issues, decimals exported as text

    When using Send-to Excel option from NAV, decimals are exported as texts if Digit grouping symbol (Control Panel - Regional and Language Options) is a ' ' (whitespace). NAV uses ANSI 160 code character for space, which is not a space in ascii code table (normally used by windows applications). Consequently...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics NAV 5.0 and style sheet issues, tab captions with local characters

    Form tab captions that contain country specific characters (for example, Å in Swedish) will be displayed differently in MS Word/Excel, when using local language version of MS Office. For example, if running Nav 5.0 SE version and Customer card the first tab on the card (General) will be displayed as...
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