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The Edit in Excel option is great but crashing many times, also when the end users use that option the downloaded excel will contain all of the columns in the dataset which makes that process more difficult.

My suggestion is to:

• Add new button [Import from Excel].
• Only download an Excel workbook with the active columns. [any hidden column should not be downloaded in the Excel file].
• Allow formulas and formatting.

The same concept used in Data migration wizard or Conf. Pkgs

This feature was developed in old NAV 2016 / 2017 specially for Inventory entries.

Regards
Mahmoud
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Thank you for this suggestion! Currently this is not on our roadmap. We are tracking this idea and if it gathers more votes and comments we will consider it in the future.

Best regards,
Business Central Team

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This a summary description from an Add-on in NAV doing that easily:

Highlights

Create, save, and manipulate journals using the great features of Excel
Import any Excel worksheet into any Microsoft Dynamics NAV journal with just a click of a button
Use smart logic to match up fields—fields in Excel can be in any order!
Import any and all dimensions
Optionally create dimensions on the fly (no more doing it over and over!)
Auto-create document numbers just like normal journal functionality
Import .csv or .txt files as well
Create a journal in Excel and automatically upload it to your Microsoft Dynamics NAV system with just the click of a button.

Lots of smart logic overcomes all the headaches of doing it manually; the system auto-maps your fields, creates document numbers, adds new dimensions, and finds/fixes data errors without starting over.

Common uses are cash receipts, payroll, fixed assets, recurring entries, and imports from external systems. Almost any standard type of file can be imported.

A real must-have for any accounting department.

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