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Microsoft Word Document Reports in Dynamics NAV and Project Madeira

In Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Project Madeira, it is possible to use Microsoft Word 2013 or later to modify the report layout to some extent . Customers can edit/modify the report layout in Microsoft word document and this editing experience is WYSIWYG. This feature makes it easy for customers to modify their reports and save them without touching the underlying report objects.

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In Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Project Madeira, it is possible to use Microsoft Word 2013 or later to modify the report layout to some extent . Customers can edit/modify the report layout in Microsoft word document and this editing experience is WYSIWYG. This feature makes it easy for customers to modify their reports and save them without touching the underlying report objects.

This feature becomes all the more important in Project Madeira! Which is why, I decided to write about this feature. I will be using screenshots from Project Madeira in this blog. However, it matches pretty much with Dynamics NAV as well 🙂

Its important to know that reports in NAV and Madeira can have RDLC layout or Word Layout and some reports have both layouts.

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