MS Dynamics Navision 2016 – The Navigation Pane

The Navigation Pane of MS Dynamics Navision is used to open up list places. A list place then helps further explore documents and individual cards. The Navigation Pane shows one menu at a time and the activity buttons feature at the bottom which help switch menus.

It is one of the most important aspects of the NAV, for one of the best enterprise resource planning solutions ever through the Pane helps navigate to and fro from Home to Departments and Posted Documents to Others. The Best ERP for Small Business owners also facilitates Search, which helps find any page or report.

The Navigation Pane of Microsoft Dynamics Navision at a minimum contains the following menus:

Home: This has categorically been designed for your user role and contains the Role Center. In addition, it also contains all the list places that are most commonly used in your role.

Departments: This menu facilitates access to all the areas of the application for which permissions have been granted. If a useful link has been found in Departments, it can be copied onto the Role Center or Home Menu.

Posted Documents: This menu has all the posted documents used most widely by your user role.

Others: This has other custom made menus that have categorically been made for your user role.

The Best ERP for Small Business owners facilitates the rearrangement of the order of items on the menu as well as their addition and removal. The best thing is, a new menu can be created altogether. The Search Field of one of the finest ever enterprise resource planning solutions can be used to type characters into and when typing begins it automatically shows a drop down list with page names containing the characters typed in. Changes can be seen in the drop down list as more and more characters are typed in and eventually the correct page can be selected from the list. The second column of the drop-down list shows the navigation paths directing towards the pages found.

This is the Navigation Pane of the Dynamics NAV 2016. For more information on explore what’s new in Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2016.

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