25 Jun’17

Dynamics 365, EnterpriseForm Personalization in D365 Operations

In AX 2012, we had an option Personalize to view the form and form control layout; Form, DataSource and field details; Add and manage form design. In this blog article, we will see how we can find form and form control details in Dynamics 365 for Operations.

In this blog we will view the Customer Name – form control details.
1. Go to Accounts Receivable -> All customers -> Right click on the ‘Name’ field.

2. Select Form Information -> Form Name

3. In Form Information go to Administration Fast Tab. You can find all details regarding form control – Customer name.

Written by

Sohagani Shah

ERP Developer

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