Tip #723: Using Related Data in Dynamics CRM Document Templates

DNA Replication

Here we expand on the use of Document Templates in CRM 2016. We look at the different options available for including related data, talk about some of the limitations, and finally walk though how to create a template that uses data from different related records. (both parent and child) Give us your feedback, all of […]

Tip #716: Conditional values in Word templates

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Word templates introduced in CRM Online and CRM 2016 are not the easiest contraptions to edit. One of the questions that popped up in a recent conversation was how to use conditional IF in the document generation. tl;dr To refer to the control values after the document has been generated, wrap content controls using bookmarks […]

Tip #692: Extract Word and Excel templates from CRM 2016 like a boss

Military Extraction

The creativity of our fellow CRMers does not stop to surprise me. They go to the extraordinary lengths to avoid code because, as the true masters of their craft, they do not parade the skills just for the sake of it. But, as I was preparing the awesome tip #691 I couldn’t help but repeat […]

Tip #690: No field level security for alternate keys

Bunch of alternate keys

There were many people taking part in this discussion but I’m just going to take all the credit for providing the summary here. Contributors can claim the free drink from me when we meet.   If you are planning to use alternate keys to access CRM data, keep in mind that the fields with field […]

Tip #685: Support requests for your CRM Online customers

When the wheels are falling off

If your CRM Online customer is experiencing a problem, one of the options is to create a support request in O365 portal (hopefully before the wheels start falling off). As it turns out, there are customers and then there are customers. “Normal” accounts MSOLP accounts provisioned via O365, would have an option to create a […]