If you upgrade to Microsoft Office 2016, which I highly recommend, you will notice that ‘the Power’ has disappeared. With Power I mean, Power Pivot, Power View, Power Query and Power Map. So where did they go and how can I get them back? Actually, they’re not gone, let’s have a closer look. First you Read More →


Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 has been released, as you might have noticed on many MVP-blogs and on the Microsoft Azure platform there’s now also a Dynamics NAV 2016 template available in the gallery: It contains NAV 2016 pre-installed, which you will find in the menu under D: In the C:\DEMO folder you will find setup Read More →


I’m very excited to announce the coming release of my new book: Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 Professional Reporting. Because of the success of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009: Professional Reporting, I was asked to create an update towards Dynamics NAV 2015. I gently declined this request and proposed instead to completely rewrite the book. The reason was simple. Read More →


I had the honor of working together with Plataan to help create a new training platform: Plataan.tv. On there you will find many training video’s you can follow at your own pace, delivered by experts (MCT’s and MVP’s), about different trending topics. The content is built from the standpoint of the user, in the language of a Read More →


Dynamics NAV is full of features to make life easier for users and developers. One of these little gems is the F2 key. In the help about this shortcut it simply says: Edit. But did you know that is has some undocumented features as-well? In the Dynamics NAV application: When you navigate to a field, Read More →


This week at the Microsoft Partner Conference, ‘NAV Corfu’ was announced officially as: Dynamics NAV 2016. I was not able to be there this year, but via twitter and the great blogs of several Dynamics NAV MVP’s (Mark Brummel, Aleksandar Totovic, Waldo), the information is getting released. Exiting is that you can, if you are Read More →