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Quick question - does anyone know for Microsoft Dynamic AX's account receivable module, is there a box to tick which can automatically select ALL items/invoices on the list on screen? It appears that we can only MANUALLY select each item on the list one by one which is too time consuming if there are thousands of items to be selected. Kindly advise. [E-mail address removed by a moderator.]
Look forward to urgent feedback. Thank you!
In most forms you can find a checkbox in the first gridline that you can check to mark all records.
Hello Sokambo ,
Please clarify a question or you mean what Ludwig answers ?
Hi Sir, please see below and it will be self-explanatory. There are no box for the all items selection. We have thousands of items to click and one by one ticking is nonsense in terms of time consumption.
Hi Ludwig, Thanks for your reply. Please see below and it will be self-explanatory. There are no box for the all items selection. We have thousands of items to click and one by one ticking is nonsense in terms of time consumption.
The AX in use is version 2009. Thanks!
The version of Microsoft AX in use is version 2009.
I don't have a AX2009 version available at the moment.
Yet, it seems that you are in the transaction settlement form.
As far as I remember there is no select all function available in AX2009 for this.
If needed, you would thus have to adjust this.
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