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Next on the menu bar is Edit. For the most part the options on this menu perform standard functions, but they re applied to data or application objects. We will mention only the two that lack a keyboard shortcut. For the others please refer to Appendix D. Duplicate: Creates a copy of the selected application object. Word Wrap: Creates a word wrap when the active window is an internal text editor, like the X++ editor.
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The third menu on the menu bar is the Tools menu, which is specific to Axapta and has the following menu options: Telephone List: Displays local and mobile phone numbers of the employees created in the employee table of the HR module for the active company account. System Date: Axapta keeps track of two dates the computer clock date and the Axapta system date. The first is simply whatever your computer clock is set to, but you can set the system date yourself. This can be quite useful if your need to perform an operation back or ahead in time relative to the actual current date.
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Note If you change the date on your computer clock, the change is carried over to Axapta automatically,
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but the system date is not adjusted accordingly. However, the system data is reset to the computer date when you shut down and restart Axapta.
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Calculator: Fires up the Windows calculator. Calculator for Units: Converts between Axapta unit types based on the data setup using the forms at the main menu path Basic Setup Units. Print Archive: Displays a list of print jobs executed from Axapta for the user currently logged on. Select Company Accounts: This is a very important menu option and it s how you move between the different companies that you have created in the currently active application. Development Tools: Applies only to developers and technically minded consultants; please refer to 18. Customize: Brings up the form shown in Figure 4-3, which allows you to specify which groups of menu buttons to display on the desktop toolbar for the user currently logged on. It s buggy and we generally turn them all on with small buttons because the large ones do not display correctly.
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Figure 4-3. The Customize form of the Tools menu
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Options: This is where you set up your general preferences for the Axapta environment. Compiler: Allows you to specify additional personal settings for the X++ compiler.
The Command Menu
The Command menu varies significantly based on the active application object and is quite extensive, so instead of covering it in depth here, we will refer to it throughout this book as appropriate. Some of the things you can do from this menu are filter records, sort, import and export object definitions. Investigate the menu by opening different types of application objects, such as forms, reports, the AOT, etc, to see what commands are available. The last two menus on the menu bar, Windows and Help, are standard Windows menus that you can work out easily.
The Toolbar
This is a standard Windows element that provides a series of menu buttons for the most commonly used commands and activities, as shown in Figure 4-4. You will recognize the majority of the buttons from other Windows applications; for those you don t, just place the cursor on the menu button for a hint.
Note The menu buttons available on the toolbar change based on the active window. For example, forms
add data navigation to it, and the AOT and Project organizer add developer-related buttons. Buttons beyond the base set shown in Figure 4-4 do not have equivalent options in the menu bar. You must use either the toolbar or keyboard shortcuts.
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