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Programming Microsoft® Dynamics™ NAV 2009 by David Studebaker

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Chapter 4. Pages—Tools for Data Display

We must welcome the future, remembering that soon it will be the past; and we must respect the past, remembering that it was once all that was humanly possible —George Santayana

Pages are NAV 2009's new method of structuring information for presentation to its users. The previous versions of NAV used forms for screen displays. Forms were designed by first positioning all the controls in specific locations on the screen, and then providing the user with a very modest amount of flexibility for personalizing the layout. Pages are designed by defining the order of presentation of the elements within a portion of the display, allowing the page rendering routines to handle most of the control-positioning decisions. ...

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