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Stoneridge Software’s Top Dynamics AX / D365 for Finance and Operations Blogs of 2018

By Ross Wendlandt | January 4, 2019

With 2018 firmly in the rear view mirror, it's time to keep moving forward while keeping in mind the progress made over the last year. Stoneridge Software published over 150 blogs in 2018. In case you missed any of these valuable posts, here are Stoneridge Software's top five Dynamics AX / D365 for Finance and Operations blogs of 2018. You can also check out the rest of these blogs on our website.

5. How to Download a OneBox VM for Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations

Tooltips
Create Report Page Tooltips

Check out the new Visual Studio-based development experience and all-in-one OneBox development environments.

4. 5 Simple Steps to Create Report Page Tooltips in Power BI

Although not specific to AX or D365 for Operations, Power BI was one of our most searched topics of the year. Learn the easy ways to take advantage of this cool feature.

3. The Easiest Way to use Table Browser, Delete or Add Table Data in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations

Most of you using Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations have seen the utilities that you can download as extensions with Google Chrome to use table browser, well don’t use them anymore!  There’s a much easier way to use table browser with the Google Chrome Web Browser.

2. Copying Data into a New Legal Entity in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations

Sharing data between companies is usually a huge conversation during an implementation. What data should we share? What data can we share? How do we share it? This blog has all the answers.

Up and Down Arrrows in Power BI
Arrows in Power BI

1. How to Create Up and Down Arrows in Power BI Reports

A frequent request for dashboards and reports is the ability to display an up or down arrow based on a threshold. It would be nice if the KPI Scorecard in Power BI gave us this capability out of the box. The KPI Scorecard is a great visual, however, if you want just an arrow to display a trend, there is nothing out-of-the-box to provide that in Power BI. Remember, Power BI can be used in other ERP software solutions as well.

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