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Developing Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Applications by Leslie Vail

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Completing the application

To complete an application is to stand back and make sure it's tight. To make sure you have followed the user interface design standards and to really look at the application from the user's point of view. This section will help you begin to develop your own completion checklist.

Forms and windows

Consider each of your windows and be sure you have met the following standards:

Linking your prompts

If you don't link your prompts, you won't get a visual notice of the required fields, hidden prompts when the field is hidden, and grayed-out prompts when they are disabled. This is easy to forget; don't let it happen to you. Refer to the Linked prompts section to aid you in this quest.

To link prompts, select Tools from the menu ...

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