From the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Blogs: Spicing up NAV 2013; Excel Interop; Office 365 SSO; Directed Pick and Put-away

In this roundup from the Dynamics NAV blogs:

  • Spicing Up Your NAV 2013 Pages;
  • Excel Interoperability Woes in NAV 2013;
  • How To: Set Up Your Microsoft Dynamics NAV Installation for Single Sign-On with Office 365 Using Windows Powershell
  • Warning About Enabling Directed Pick and Put-away in NAV

Spicing Up Your NAV 2013 Pages

Bet you never thought anyone would ever figure out how to make Microsoft Dynamics NAV pages "spicier" by making chili for a fundraiser. But then again, you're not Faithie Robertson, a Dynamics NAV developer at ArcherPoint.

"Recently, I had to make a lot of chili. I mean, I made 16 QUARTS of chili. It was for a fundraiser at my church to benefit our youth group.


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