Quick Tips - Microsoft Dynamics NAV
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What happened to the Zoom feature?
In the newer version i.e. in RTC to achieve the same results we use About this Page function which will allow us to view all the fields, filters and source expressions of a record. It can be accessed from the page as shown in the below fig
Help –> About this Page The shortcut key for About this Page function is (Ctrl + Alt+ F1) When you are on the document page to view the fields of a subpage you don't have the option to use Help –> About this page, so to view all the fields of a subpage record you need to select the line and use the shortcut (Ctrl + Alt + F1).
Tweaking the Send To menu What's that, you say? None of the stock Send to options offer the ability to shuffle your files to the locations you commonly use? Force the issue! First, create shortcuts to the folder locations you're like to add to the Send To menu y right clicking them, then selecting Send to > Desktop (create shortcut). Once that's done, open Windows Explorer, then type shell:sendto in the location bar at the top, followed by Enter. You'll be brought to the location that holds your Send To options; just drag and drop in the shortcuts to the folders you want to add to the tool. Quick launch a new instance of a program Those taskbar icons can also be used to quickly launch a second (or third, or fourth, or…) instance of a program-a fresh browser window alongside an already populated one, for instance, or another Windows Explorer window. Doing so is easy: just hold down the Shift button, then open the program as you normally would, either via a left click of the mouse or the quick-launch keyboard trick. Boom! A new, clean version of the software appears alongside the one you already have open. Erase the past When you're shuffling files around willy-nilly, you're bound to accidentally drop one in the wrong folder-or almost more irritating, errantly make copies of a slew of files rather than simply dragging them to a new location. Arrrrrrg. Rather than trying to track that missing file down or manually delete the legion of copies, whip out the universal Get Out of Jail Free card that, somewhat surprisingly, also works within Windows proper: CTRL + Z. The keyboard shortcut undoes your last action, restoring order when chaos suddenly appears. (CTRL + C and CTRL + V for copying and pasting, respectively, also work properly within Windows.
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