Shortcut Key − A keystroke or keystroke combination that moves to another
screen or function within Navision.
Sort − The ability to change the order in which records are displayed or printed.
SQL − Structured Query Language.
Status Bar − Located at bottom of the application window; it shows the name
and contents of the active field, work date, user ID, and whether a filter
(FILTER), insert (INS), or overwrite (OVR) mode is on.
System Date − The date of your computer.
Table − A table consists of a group of related records, each record is made up of
fields and each field holds one piece of information; one example of a table is the
entire listing of Vendor records. One of seven Object types in Navision.
Table Filter − This option enables you to set multiple Field Filters on a table,
limiting the amount of information displayed or printed.
Tabular Window − A data view that has multiple records per window,
displaying information about several customers, vendors, items, etc. at one time.
See also Card Window and List.
Text Box − A small box in a dialog box or window; it is used for entering
information necessary for the execution of a command.
Title Bar − Located at the top of the screen; displays the name of the company
you are currently working in and the name of program (Navision).
Toggle Mark (CTRL+F1) − A function that allows you select certain records
for viewing, posting, etc. When selected, a diamond appears in front of the
Record Indicator of the record you are on. If you move off of the record, the
diamond remains. You may limit your view by selecting VIEW→MARKED ONLY.
Toolbar − Located just below the Menu Bar; contains a row of iconic buttons to
give quick access to frequently used functions such as editing, filtering and
TrendScape Window − A form in Navision that allows the user to view a
summary of data by a time period, such as by day, week, month, quarter or year
or Accounting Period.
Work Date − The date displayed in the Status Bar; may be set by accessing
TOOLS→WORK DATE. If you do not change the Work Date, it will default to be
your system date.
XMLports − The XMLport object is conceptually related to a dataport; you also
use XMLports to import and export data, but in XML format. XMLports make
the process of exchanging data in XML between systems more simple and
streamlined. One of seven Object types in Navision.
Zoom (CTRL+F8) − Allows you to view fields and the values for those fields
which are not included in the current screen display.
ZUP File − A file in which a user’s specific screen modifications are stored, the
file is named FIN.ZUP.