From the Microsoft Dynamics AX Blogs: Quick Excel Reports in AX 2009; Table Relation Properties in AX 2012; Preallocated Number Sequences

How to Create a Quick Excel Report: Casperkamal's Dynamics Ax blog provides the necessary steps and offers a helpful demo video that explains how to create an ad hoc excel sheet to show data changes, compile information from different tables, etc: "Excel is the most convenient software to examine changes in data. Specially when you have made them code and wanted it to be tracked. That's one of the many reasons why excel tops to be the most used software in the world."


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