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notanexpert asked a question on 3 Jul 2012 1:44 AM

Hi everybody,

 

Does anyone know a good tutorial, e.g. to create a sales order or purchase order or create an invoice?

 

Thanks

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Fannar responded on 27 Jun 2013 12:40 PM

Hi, Not an expert

If you have a valid customer source login you should be able to download various tutorials there,

they are both helpful and clear :)

hopefully this helps you a bit to the right direction.

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Zvika Rimalt responded on 27 Jun 2013 1:42 PM

It depends what you need.

The Microsoft training material mentioned here are quite comprehensive, but not at all "friendly" for a simple tutorial/demo for someone without extensive previous knowledge.

There is an e-book on iTunes which provides a very high level, very simple step by step tutorial for several very simple scenarios.

This is good to get an initial impression of the system, but it is not deep enough to really teach you how to use the system.

The online help ("F1") has many step by step "How to" guides, which are useful in many cases.

Zvika Rimalt * Dynamics AX Business Analyst/Functional Consultant * Vancouver, BC, Canada

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lally responded on 28 Jun 2013 12:16 AM

Hi ZVIKA ,

You have metioned that there is an e-book available on iTunes of Microsoft Dynamics AX. Could you provide me the link regarding that ?

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Pavel C. Ondreicsik responded on 28 Jun 2013 1:15 AM

Hello,

of course if have access to partner source i would recommend starting there!

you can try this website from microsoft with a lot of usefull links about training material, webcasts and podcasts (having partner source access would greatly improve your experience on this site):

www.microsoft.com/.../training.aspx

or maybe this unofficial site (it's pretty interesting and also focuses of the processes of financials, logistics and production):

www.dynamicsaxtraining.com

Hope this helps,

Pavel C. Ondreicsik

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Prabu Shankar S responded on 28 Jun 2013 2:22 AM

Just search the same in youtube, you will good tutorials.

Thanks,

Prabu S

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Amir Nazim responded on 28 Jun 2013 2:31 AM

if I take this question technically then here could be the answer.

msdax.wordpress.com/.../some-important-sales-order-purchase-order-operations-ax-2009

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Brandon Ahmad responded on 28 Jun 2013 6:33 AM

My utlimate goal..  to put together a series stepping through the core fundamentals of using the Dynamics AX interface for processes like this one.  Unfortunately, I'm a little detained with finishing up my tutorial series on AIF then reports.  I just finished a beginning one on forms.  But in the future, I'll do it.  

Independent, Freelance Consultant and Dynamics Development Instructor

http://www.instructorbrandon.com

http://www.youtube.com/user/BrandonAhmad

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Zvika Rimalt responded on 28 Jun 2013 1:57 PM

itunes.apple.com/.../id509370283

Zvika Rimalt * Dynamics AX Business Analyst/Functional Consultant * Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Zvika Rimalt responded on 27 Jun 2013 1:42 PM

It depends what you need.

The Microsoft training material mentioned here are quite comprehensive, but not at all "friendly" for a simple tutorial/demo for someone without extensive previous knowledge.

There is an e-book on iTunes which provides a very high level, very simple step by step tutorial for several very simple scenarios.

This is good to get an initial impression of the system, but it is not deep enough to really teach you how to use the system.

The online help ("F1") has many step by step "How to" guides, which are useful in many cases.

Zvika Rimalt * Dynamics AX Business Analyst/Functional Consultant * Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Pavel C. Ondreicsik responded on 28 Jun 2013 1:15 AM

Hello,

of course if have access to partner source i would recommend starting there!

you can try this website from microsoft with a lot of usefull links about training material, webcasts and podcasts (having partner source access would greatly improve your experience on this site):

www.microsoft.com/.../training.aspx

or maybe this unofficial site (it's pretty interesting and also focuses of the processes of financials, logistics and production):

www.dynamicsaxtraining.com

Hope this helps,

Pavel C. Ondreicsik

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