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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 Professional Reporting by Steven Renders

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Creating links

Sometimes, as a user, when you run a report and analyze the information that is displayed on it, you might require more in-depth information about related subjects. The report may show a document number, or an item or customer number and you want to provide the user with a way to drill through to the document report or item card or customer list page. You can do this by creating links. A link can be created in several ways. First we will have a look at how it works in the layout and then at the kind of links that can be used.

Links always start from inside a textbox in the layout of a report.

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Remember that a chart also contains textboxes, the difference is that a chart renders them differently. This can also be applied to parts ...

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