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CRM 2011 / v4.0 Excel Dynamic Pivot Table Export Problem – How to Fix

By default the setting within Microsoft Excel 2010 causes the export to dynamic pivot table functionality within Microsoft Dynamics CRM to fail.

This is caused by Microsoft Excel’s enhanced protection feature.

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CRM 2011 / v4.0 Excel Dynamic Pivot Table Export Problem – How to Fix

By default the setting within Microsoft Excel 2010 causes the export to dynamic pivot table functionality within Microsoft Dynamics CRM to fail.

This is caused by Microsoft Excel’s enhanced protection feature.

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Maximise a form in Microsoft CRM2011

The following was a handy piece of jscript commonly used in CRMv4.0 and CRMv3.0 to maximise a form to use the entire screen;

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Maximise a form in Microsoft CRM2011

The following was a handy piece of jscript commonly used in CRMv4.0 and CRMv3.0 to maximise a form to use the entire screen;

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CRM testing and ‘In Private Browsing’

When testing Microsoft Dynamics CRM and the tester needs to evaluate security roles, the tester will typically use different credentials to log in as users who have different security roles associated with them. It is common for the tester to set their IE User Authentication settings to ‘Prompt for user name and password’ so that as they open a browser session, they can log in to Microsoft Dynamics CRM with different credentials.

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CRM 2011 Dynamic Web Resources using JScript

The concept of web resources in CRM2011 is really exciting and the option to store gif and jpeg images as web resources gives us a new opportunity in making form design graphically more informative and compelling.

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