For companies that use Microsoft Dynamics NAV and have employees who need to track time against a job, for service, or for HR, there is a feature that does not typically get attention during the initial implementation or if your company is growing. This blog explains how to set up and use the Time Sheets feature in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018.
The IndentationControls property is widely used to generate indented Tree View pages, and you can learn about it here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics-nav/indentationcontrols-property.
In some scenarios, where you need more flexibility and dynamically populate the tree view, you would set the page property ShowAsTree to FALSE and disable the Excel Add-In to fall back to the original Style Sheet Excel export.
The Style Sheet Tool for Microsoft Dynamics NAV2013 enhances the Style Sheet feature in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 by allowing you to easily and without programming knowledge create and modify style sheets in Microsoft Office Word.
Changes to Style Sheet tool for NAV 2013:
Today, I needed to create a label sheet to print bar codes for a client implementation. So I thought I could share it with all of you. I think that some of you might already know how to do this, but anyway here it is.
First I made my data set which is pretty straightforward: