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Dynamics 365 has a great feature called as Editable Grids. Here I will show you how to add an editable grid on an Customer form.
Editable grids, one of the most highly requested features for Microsoft Dynamics 365, provide rich inline editing in main grids and sub-grids so you can update the information you need with fewer clicks.
The Editable Grids control is available for Dynamics CRM Online and Dynamics CRM On-Premises.
Watch the video here to learn how to configure editable grid and work. if you can also read the whole article to understand the steps to be followed.
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