From the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Blogs: NAV 2013 Help Menu; NAV 2015 UI element removal; Exploring expressive tiles

A selection of the latest insight from the Dynamics NAV blogs:

  • NAV 2015 Glance 2: UI Elements Removal;
  • Any Clue About Cue?;
  • Using of Expressive Tiles in NAV 2015;
  • The Help Menu in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

NAV 2015 Glance 2: UI Elements Removal

On the dynamiXs blog, Luc van Vugt recalls a past Microsoft project called Elba. The goal of Elba was to release a wrap pack version of Dynamics NAV (or Microsoft Business Solutions-Navision as it was called in those days) and was popularly known as Navision Light.


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