NavXtender from Insight Works is a free utility that enables users to attach documents to any Microsoft Dynamics NAV record with a simple drag and drop. With NavXtender, you'll easily associate customer POs to orders; invoices to POs; quality documents to receipts; or any other file to any card in NAV. There is no need to maintain an independent file storage system, and you can forget about having to pass around documents using email. Easily attach documents to your NAV records making them accessible when you need them, without having to search for them, and making them available to other NAV users. NavXtender does not require you to make any modifications* to existing pages in NAV. Save significant time by not having to search for files. Files are stored with your NAV record so you, and others, always know where they are. Don't lose another document. By attaching your documents to NAV records they are available when you need them. Fire and floods can't destroy your digital documents like they can paper. Reduce your carbon footprint by eliminating the need manage paper documents. There are two ways to use NavXtender: Standalone and Integrated. Integrated usage creates "Record Links" within Dynamics NAV. The "Record Links" button enables you to access your attached documents. Integrated NavXtender requires importing a NAV object and a webservice to access it. Stand-alone usage still enables you to access your attached documents from the associated NAV record however it does not use the "Record Links" feature. Stand-alone does not require any modifications to NAV or databases as it operates 100% externally. Both the 32-bit and 64-bit NavXtender installation files are included. If you are running a 32-bit NAV client you need to install 32-bit NavXtender. If you don't not know which version of NAV you are using, start with the 32-bit version of NavXtender. NavXtender will warn you if you are trying to run an incorrect version in which case you should install the other version.
Windows Server 2008
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