Microsoft Dynamics Business Central, v15 has included a feature that many Microsoft Dynamics NAV customers have asked for over the years – the ability to copy the Description from the Purchase or Sales Invoice Lines to the Description field on the G/L Entry.
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
A business user came to me asking “how can I get a vertical line on Line Chart in Power BI like my Excel report?”. I was like, “It’s straightforward. We have this analytics pane which lets you add so many types of lines ? “. But, quite quickly I understood, I cannot draw a vertical line as we do in Excel or SSRS.
Confused about the information provided in the Sales Line Details box in Microsoft Dynamics NAV? This blog explains in detail what the availability information is that displays on the sales order in Dynamics NAV and outlines each item shown in the Sales Line Details fact box.
Presentation of data is really important for reports since it is an effective way to show users key data they will be interested in.
In this demonstration, we will go over a quick NAV 2013 R2 report trick that will display information in a user-friendly manner. If you are going to have a string that will be concatenated, you have the ability to show each value that will be added to the string on new lines by adding a special character in your string. We will be able to replace the special character in Visual Studio by the new line function.