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Chapter 2 of Configuring Project Management And Accounting For Dynamics AX 2012 Now Available For Advance Download

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This weekend I completed the second chapter of the Configuring Project Management And Accounting Within Dynamics AX 2012 Bare Bones Configuration Guide which actually completes over half of the guide and gives you almost everything you need to learn the foundation of the Project Accounting module within Dynamics AX.

Just as with the first chapter of this guide, I have publish all 173 pages of the chapter out to the Dynamics AX Companions project site for you all to have access to – well in advance of the book being available for download on Amazon.

The second chapter (Configuring Projects) covers the following topics:

  • Creating Projects
  • Assigning Scheduling Calendars To Projects
  • Creating A Project Work Breakdown Structure
  • Editing Work Breakdown Structures Through Microsoft Project
  • Using The Cost Tracking View To Estimate Costs
  • Adding Estimated Costs To WBS Lines
  • Transferring WBS Estimates To Project Forecasts
  • Posting AP Invoices Against Project Activities
  • Monitoring Costs Using The Cost Tracking View
  • Creating Project Statements To Analyze Project Performance
  • Creating Purchase Orders For Project Activities
  • Configuring Workers For Assignment To Projects
  • Configuring Project Role Templates
  • Adding Resources To The Project Using The Resource Scheduler
  • Assigning Workers To Projects
  • Saving Work Breakdown Structures As Templates
  • Creating New Projects Using Templates

All Premium and eBook subscribers to the Dynamics AX Companions site can download the chapter right now. Here is the link to the page:

http://dynamicsaxcompanions.com/Bare-Bones-Configuration-Guides/Configuring-Project-Management/Configuring-Projects

Just as a note – the complete book will contain the chapters following chapters:



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