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How To Use D365 View Details

Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations uses relational data. For example, a sales order will have a customer account field that references a customer. Users can use the D365 view details functionality to quickly open up the customer details form. This is much faster than making users opening up a new browser page, and… Continue Reading →

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations uses relational data. For example, a sales order will have a customer account field that references a customer. Users can use the D365 view details functionality to quickly open up the customer details form.

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