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Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations - Getting Started with Cost Accounting

Last Modified Tuesday, May 23, 2017
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This Getting started with Cost Accounting white paper provides the basic steps of configuring Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations - Cost Accounting that are necessary to make the actual cost analysis. It also provides a series of procedures that you can complete in the order that they appear in. The goal is to give you hands-on experience configuring and working with Cost Accounting. 

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Please note that the demo data that is available in your instance of Dynamics 365 for Operations doesn’t contain enough demo data in the current month for you to do the actual cost analysis. Therefore, we have provided a set of demo data Excel worksheets that you need to import, so that you have some current data to work with when you create these procedures. 

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