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MSDYN365BC - Self Learning.

Hi Readers,

With all changes in product there are so many questions that you might be submitting in forums or reading in forums.

Microsoft is continuously working for customer and partners with new features and changes in the product.

Microsoft also understand that with all these changes everyone need some training for all changes that are happening in product.

Microsoft have released a Free for everyone self learning portal.


We can now “self learn” 365 business central by customizing your own learning path from Microsoft Docs Portal which will help you better understand the system and get get more qualified as an end user.

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As of today - 09/03/2019 Microsoft have added 28 video tutorial. Below is the list of topics available in Microsoft Docs Portal -


  1. Enter payments in the cash receipt journal and the payment journal in D365 Business Central.
  2. Allocate costs in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  3. Use cost accounting in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
  4. Dynamics 365 Business Central
  5. Create cost accounting reports in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  6. Set up cash management in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  7. Transfer general ledger entries to cost accounting in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  8. Get started with cost accounting in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  9. Create cost accounting master data in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  10. Set up XBRL reports in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  11. Use dimensions in your financial reports in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  12. Create financial reports in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
  13. Configure financial reports by using account schedules in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  14. Forecast your cash flow in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  15. Reconcile bank accounts in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
  16. Set up payment reconciliation journals in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  17. Perform a bank reconciliation in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  18. Post periodic journal entries in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  19. Create budgets in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  20. Use the payment reconciliation journal in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  21. Create and process journal entries in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  22. Set up general journal templates in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  23. Use journals in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
  24. Set up the chart of accounts in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  25. Set up dimensions in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  26. Set up financial management in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
  27. Set up posting groups in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  28. Set up number series and trail codes in Dynamics 365 Business Central


Each of the above materials has a set of units, each one of them focuses on a specific function and can be accomplished in a few minutes to hours based on selected topic as illustrated below:


 
Visit Microsoft Self Learning portal today, and start your learning process of Dynamics 365 Business Central.

Regards,
Saurav Dhyani
www.sauravdhyani.com

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