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Dynamics NAV 2009 Reference Manuals

Dynamics NAV 2009 reference manuals are hard-copy (bound or looseleaf books) that you can use to look up how to do different things in Dynamics NAV version 2009, Classic Client and Role Tailored Client.

Reference manuals are available in the following general categories:

These Navision reference manuals are the same manuals used in Dynamics NAV 2009 instructor-led classroom training. If you take one of these instructor-led classes the student version of the book will be provided.

Many people purchase the instructor version of these manuals to give themselves a 'self-study' version of the classes without taking the class, or simply to use as a reference when questions come up. The instructor version contains significant helpful material not included in the student version, so unless you're simply replacing a copy of the student manual that you've lost, you're probably better off with the instructor's version.

Manuals are also available for Navision version 4.x and Dynamics NAV 5.x.

Introduction and Financial Reference Manuals

Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009
Course 80043

Manual Type:
Manual for the two-day class; provides a general introduction to Nav 2009, with a particular focus on what's new for 2009. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs for the following topics: general functions, working with general ledger accounts, add and view dimensions, manage items, process purchases, process sales, approve documents, technology overview for Nav 2009, and lastly a quick browse through some of the other applications in Nav 2009.


Application Setup in Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009
Course 80049

Manual Type:
Manual for the two-day class; provides information on how to set up and configure the Navision software. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs for the following topics: setting up a company with the RIM toolkit, setting up number series, setting up journal templates and batches, setting up posting groups and dimensions, setting up security and managing user rights and profiles, and setting up and managing document approvals.


Finance in Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009
Course 80041

Manual Type:
Manual for the three-day class; provides information on the financial and accounting functions of Navision. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs for the following topics: financial management setup, the general ledger, chart of accounts and budgets, recurring and non-recurring general journals, cash management, bank accounts, bank reconciliation, receivables, payables, prepayments, VAT and intrastat, multicurrency, and year end closing processes.


Fixed Assets in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009
Course 80256

Manual Type:
Manual for the one day class; provides information on the fixed assets functions of Dynamics NAV 2009. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs for topics including: setting up fixed assets, performing fixed asset transactions, reclassifying fixed assets, maintenance and insurance functions with fixed assets.


Manufacturing Reference Manuals

Manufacturing I in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009
Course 80260

Manual Type:
Manual for the two-day class; provides introductory information on the Manufacturing modules for Dynamics NAV software. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs on topics including: creating a production BOM, capacity, routing, calculating a formula for a BOM, creating a capacity unit of measure, creating a work shift, creating processing, and finishing a production order, registering consumption and output.


Manufacturing II in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009
Course 80261

Manual Type:
Manual for the three-day class; provides advanced information on the Manufacturing modules for Dynamics NAV 2009 software. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs on topics including: setting up the manufacturing module, using the sales order planning window, defining netting actual demand and forecast, using planning, setting up a subcontractor, using shop loading, setting up work centers and machine center calendars, creating and using task codes, stop codes and scrap codes.


Inventory, Warehouse and Trade Reference Manuals

Inventory Management in Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009
Course 80257

Manual Type:
Manual for the two day class; provides information on the inventory management functions for Dynamics NAV software. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs for topics including how to perform availability analysis, how to link demand with supply, how to set up multiple locations, how to organize location transfers, how to handle basic warehouse tasks, and how to set up, use, manage, trace and reserve items with serial/lot numbers.


Trade in Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009
Course 80258

Manual Type:
Manual for the two day class; provides information on the trade functions for Dynamics Nav 2009 software. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs on topics including how to manage sales transactions, how to create and use sales prices and discounts, how to process sales of items with substitutions and cross references, how to create and process purchase requisitions, how to set up and use item charges, how to use order promising, and how to create analysis reports and budgets.


Warehouse Management in Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009
Course 80259

Manual Type:
Manual for the one day class; provides information on the warehouse management modules for Dynamics NAV 2009 software. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs on topics including how to set up a company for use with Warehouse Management, how to receive and put away items, how to set up and use cross-docking, how to perform internal warehouse operations including movements, internal picks, and internal put-aways, how to pick and ship items, how to use the break-bulk functionality, and how to use item tracking.


Installation and Development Reference Manuals

Installation and Configuration in Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009
Course 80040

Manual Type:
Manual for the two-day class; provides information on the installation and configuration of the Navision software. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs for the following topics: Navision architecture, the architecture changes from Nav 5.0's two tier structure to Nav 2009's three tier structure, technical system and OS requirements, client installation, client customization, database server setup and configuration, the classic client option, software deployment using group policies, and optimization and troubleshooting of deployments and the Nav SQL server.


SQL Server Installation and Optimization for Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009
Course 80156

Manual Type:
Manual for the three day class; provides information on the installation and optimization of SQL server for use with Dynamics NAV. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs for the following topics: Evaluating software and hardware requirements for Dynamics Nav 2009, two-tier and three-tier architecture, recommended settings for the database, security models, synchronization process, different types of backups, performance monitoring tools, performance audits, identify and troubleshoot performance problems, optimized keys, findfirst, findlast, findset, reading data, performance tuning, optimizing C/AL code, SIFT tables, key design, bulk insert, index hinting, scheduled maintenance, and other tips and tricks.


C/SIDE Introduction in Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009
Course 80042

Manual Type:
Manual for the five-day class; provides information on how to program and develop code for Navision software. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs for the following topics: overview of the C/SIDE development environment, language and integration tools, tables, forms, pages, C/AL programming, syntax, data types, assignment statements and expressions, conditional statements, C/AL functions, reports, dataports and XMLports, codeunits, the menusuite, and integration options.


C/SIDE Solution Development in Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009
Course 80055

Manual Type:
Manual for the five-day class; provides information on how to program and develop code for Navision software. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs for the following topics: client requirements, master tables and pages, registrations, posting, integration, reporting, statistics, dimensions, interfaces, web services, optimizing for SQL server, and deployment.


Business Intelligence, Analytics and Reporting

Business Intelligence for Information Workers in Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009
Course 80050

Manual Type:
Manual for the one-day class; provides information on financial reporting and analysis and business analytics using Navision. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs for the following topics: overview and financial reporting, business intelligence concepts, account schedules, XBRL, financial analysis, analysis using dimensions, data warehousing concepts, business analytics and cubes, and exporting analysis view data into excel.


Business Intelligence for IT Professionals in Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009
Course 80262

Manual Type:
Manual for the two day class; provides information on analysis and business analytics using Dynamics Nav from an IT perspective. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs for the following topics: business analytics architecture, business analytics installation and setup, SQL server analysis services, cube analysis, pivot tables based on cubes, SQL server reporting services, business intelligence development studio using report wizard, deploy a report to a report server, creating dashboards with the intelligent analysis tool, cross tabulation, and building pivot charts and tables from Dynamics Nav into excel.


Report Design in Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009
Course 80146

Manual Type:
Manual for the two day class; provides information on the concepts of report design in Nav 2009 using Visual Studio, along with limitations and workarounds. Includes overviews, how-to instructions, and hands-on labs for the following topics: Nav 2009 new architecture and reporting features, creating table and matrix reports, role tailored client reports, adding interactive features, visibility options, interactive sort, document maps, pictures, using expressions and custom code, integrating reports into the user experience, and various methods of running reports.




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