Blog Post List
  • Review: Steven Renders' Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009: Professional Reporting

    Steven Render s; what's in a name! I have to confess, a name I never heard of until only recently. I mean never before I had heard or read the name Renders, let alone Steven Renders. I guess I totally missed your no-advertising-though-advertising post , Waldo. And all of a sudden it popped up: an e-mail of Mark Brummel to Steven with me on cc. September 22. Mark sounded Steven about presenting an advanced reporting session at our next DDC-event . Steven appeared to be the " Belgian guy he…
    • 2011-10-27
  • 1st DDC event Year 2 Is Coming Soon

    Tomorrow 1 year ago it all started and now we continue our 2nd year. On Wednesday November 23, 2011, our next DDC event will take place. Same format as always. You're welcome from 18:00 on to join the meal and meet each other. The rest of the program looks like this: 19:00 - 19:20 Keynote 19:30 - 20:45 Parallel Sessions 20:45 - 21:30 Drink & Networking Parallel Sessions This evening we will have three speakers on three subjects in parallel: Hans Fousert on Jet Reports…
    • 2011-10-25
  • How-to: Reset User-Specified Settings

    Being part of the Zetadocs Express beta program I ran into some strange issue that eventually could to be blamed to my Outlook installation. In tackling the issue I got great and professional support from the guys from Equisys. And, indeed never to old to learn , I picked up something new: resetting user-specified settings . Again one of these trivial things I tend to think all you out there are aware of except me. So not worthwhile mentioning, ha-ha. Well, on reading this mibuso post I changed…
    • 2011-10-7
  • 49 = SQUARE(7)

    In many of my blog posts I tend to link the topic somehow to my everyday live, thus unveiling myself to you. Mostly unconsciously, but, admittedly, sometimes also intentionally. I like to be marveled and, in the end, be defied. Live is one big adventure. Gross, tempting, bewildering, radiant and, all-in-all, me; me and you and all that comes with that. A long and winding road ( tou-tooo .. tou-tooo ) with big bears, sunlit orchids, and everything in between and ... far beyond. And with age…
    • 2011-10-6
  • Sigfredo Beerman - crying in the wilderness?

    Since little over a year once in a while, not very frequent (yet?), the NAV Team Blog seems to behave differently than normal. I don't mean this negative, yet surprising. Among all those technical posts all of a sudden five functional posts popped up on November 29, 2010. Sigfredo Beerman was the culprit in a positive sense to me and I recall thinking: finally someone from MS is picking up the gauntlet that had been laying around for a long time regarding functional NAV matters. A little later Alex…
    • 2011-10-5
  • How-to: Add to Navigation Pane

    Like me, you might have been watching the RoleTailoring Microsoft Dynamics NAV recordings I pointed to some weeks ago and although most of it was very familiar "Laurel & Hardy" did surprise me with some tricks I hadn't known so far. Of course next to the fact that I value these recordings as very informative and instructive. However, I thought these tricks were too obvious and probably all you out there knew them long before I did. Well, not really. Sitting down with two friends and former MS…
    • 2011-10-4