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October 14, 2019

If you read my blog or if we have met, I've probably told you about my love of Word Templates. I think they are brilliant and I’ve deployed them numerous times for customers. One of the requests I get a lot is to convert quotes, invoices or any other Word Templates to...

July 29, 2019

Quick Tips - a succinct post which handles a specific tip or topic; not requiring too much explanation or guidance.

One of my favourite actions in a Workflow is the SetWordTemplate action which I have used across numerous deployments, shown off in presentations and may...

May 10, 2019

There are a lot of people with nicknames in the D365 community, The CRM Chart Guy, The API Guy, EmojiMegs; these are people synonymous with either a feature or areas of the product(s). With how much I write and present on Word templates, not even the amount that I do a...

February 9, 2019

In the first two parts to this blog series, we learned how to create a simple letter/mailmerge as well as Quotes using repeating lines in a table. These are some of the basics which you can build upon to create more complex Word Templates.

One thing we haven’t touched o...

January 16, 2019

We learned in my previous post, Word Template - Introductions, how to create a simple Word template but now we want to do a bit more. I showed how to create a simple letter but one of the best uses I’ve found for Word templates is to create quotes. But it’s not as stra...

January 8, 2019

Word Templates are one of my favourite unsung heroes of Dynamics 365. They are great, they allow you to create quick and easy templates which can be used by individuals or by all users in the system. They are essentially the successor to mail merges and work in a simil...

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