Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0

Code: 8601
Course duration: 2 days
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8601-Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0

Course 8601: Two Days; Instructor-led

Introduction

This two-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to explain the basic concepts and general functions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV and to use central application functionality for the most common business tasks.

Audience

This course is intended for people who are new to Microsoft Dynamics NAV and who plan to work with the program at any level. All students of the Introduction course are expected to continue a learning path by attending other courses that build on top of the content in this course.

At Course Completion

The goal for completing this course is to enable students to identify, describe, and use basic Microsoft Dynamics NAV features within:

Platform and development

General functions

G/L accounts and posting groups

Dimensions

Inventory

Purchases

Sales

Document approvals

Prerequisites

None

Microsoft Certified Professional Exams

No Microsoft Certified Professional exams are associated with this course currently.

Course Materials

The student kit includes a comprehensive workbook and other necessary materials for this class.

Course Outline

Chapter 1: Technology Overview

Lessons

C/SIDE Development Environment

Database Features

Application Server

Multilanguage Functionality

The goal of completing this chapter is to enable students to:

Explain basic concepts of the C/SIDE development environment.

List database server options and outline database features.

Outline the use of the NAV Application Server.

Outline how to implement multiple languages.

Chapter 2: Use General Functions

Lessons

Overview

Use Keyboard Shortcuts

Use the Toolbars

Use and Personalize the Navigation Pane

Use Different Window Types

Change How Windows Display

Enter and Edit Information

Link to External Files

Extract Information

Use MapPoint

The goal of completing this chapter is to enable students to:

Introduce basic concepts of the enterprise management system.

Use function keys and basic keyboard shortcuts.

Use the toolbar functions of the main application window.

Use and personalize the navigation pane.

Distinguish window types and their usage.

Change the look of windows in the program.

Enter and edit information.

Create links from the program to related documents and web sites.

Get selected information out of the program.

Look up a business partner's location on a map.

Chapter 3: Work with G/L Accounts

Lessons

Posting Groups

G/L Account Cards

The Chart of Accounts Window

The goal of completing this chapter is to enable students to:

Identify different posting groups and outline their purpose.

Explain the use of G/L account cards.

Outline the purpose and functions of the Chart of Accounts window.

Chapter 4: Add and View Dimensions

Lessons

Overview

Demonstration – Add Dimensions to a Purchase Order

Demonstration – View Posted Purchases by Project Code

Lab

Lab – Add and View Dimensions

The goal of completing this chapter is to enable students to:

Outline why and how to use dimensions.

Add dimensions to a business document.

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