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Microsoft Dynamics NAV Style Sheet Tool

Microsoft Dynamics NAV Style Sheet Tool

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The Style Sheet feature in Microsoft DynamicsTM NAV 5.0 has been enhanced with a new tool that allows you to easily and without programming knowledge create and modify style sheets in Microsoft® Office Word.

 

The release of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 introduced the option to export any form (apart from matrix forms) from Microsoft Dynamics NAV to Microsoft Office® Word and Excel®. By simply clicking a button, Microsoft Dynamics NAV will generate an XML document that works in conjunction with an XML style sheet that passes the requested information to either Word or Excel.

 

Seven style sheets are included in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. You can read about these in the White Paper ‘Creating XML Style Sheets for Data Export from Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0’. However, if you want to create more style sheets or modify an existing one, you need to have knowledge of XML and C/AL programming in order to add the relevant data elements.

 

To simplify this process, a style sheet tool has been created that does not require programming knowledge. The first version of this tool will support the export of data to Word, and this means that the only skill required to create additional style sheets is some end-user knowledge of Word.

 

The Microsoft Dynamics NAV Stylesheet Tool supports integration to Microsoft Word 2003 and Microsoft Word 2007.
It consists of a fob file and a user guide.

 

You can download it here

 

Comments
  • how we can define multiple relation betwen tables on making style sheet in navision 5.0.

  • The NAV Style Shet Tool has only the ENU language. Where can i get other languages, like NLD?

  • I am creating a style sheet that will list individual items and their cost. Does anyone have an idea where I can go in 5.0 to find the calculation subtotal of all listed items?

  • Did anyone fund a solutuion to calculate totals in a list generated with the style sheet tool. Thank you  for Help

    Jeannot Keiser

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