Today I would like to share another interesting mini tip about Business Central, how to hide the navigation bar, BC header (Tell Me, Notifications, My Settings), and action bar.
First let’s look at what navigation bar, BC header, and action bar are in Business Central.
Source : Dynamics 365 Lab
The other day I discovered something new (at least to me) while writing the DAX for a measure in Power BI Desktop: when you insert a new line in your DAX expression using SHIFT-ENTER it also auto-indents the code. I asked a few people if this was new because I was sure I hadn’t seen it before, even though I always put line breaks in my code; of course Marco had and said he thought it had been around for a while
Bron : Chris Webb’s BI Blog
Here is an example of how you can create a customized progress bar in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2. It uses the System.Drawing.Graphics .net method to draw a progress bar and display it to the user in a BLOB field. This method can basically be used to generate any type of graphic and display it in Dynamics NAV, which is very useful.
Bron : Olof Simren