This Help section provides information about Microsoft Dynamics AX features and functionality that is specific to several countries/regions, including Czech Republic, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Hungary. Information that is applicable to all of the Eastern European countries/regions includes (EEUR) in the title of the Help file.

For information about regulatory changes and other updated country/region information that have been incorporated into Microsoft Dynamics AX after this release, look for updated Microsoft Dynamics AX documentation on the Web.


Setup information for the standard Microsoft Dynamics AX application is described in the System and Application Setup Help.

Note Note

On the Microsoft Dynamics AX toolbar, click Help> System and Application Setup.

Some setup information for Eastern Europe pertains to your entire system or company, and some pertains to specific modules.

For information about setting up and maintaining features that are used throughout the application, see (EEUR) System and company setup for Eastern Europe

For information about setting up and maintaining features for specific functional areas, see (EEUR) Setting and maintaining Finance.

Modules, procedures, and processes

The structure of the Eastern Europe Help is similar to that of the Applications and Business Processes Help. The Help provides information about procedures that pertain specifically to Eastern Europe, and it also includes information about changes to standard Microsoft Dynamics AX procedures that have been made for Eastern Europe.

See "Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics AX user assistance" in the Applications and Business Processes Help for information about the Help system organization.

New forms

Forms that are used by all of the countries within Eastern Europe include (EEUR) in the title of the Help topic. When you are working in a form, you can press F1 to open the Help section for the form.

Modified forms

Many standard Microsoft Dynamics AX forms have been modified for use in Eastern Europe, usually by adding fields, tabs, or buttons. For more information, see (EEUR) Modified forms for Eastern Europe.

When you press F1 while in a form that is part of the standard application, the standard Help section is displayed. For information about the form changes that pertain to Eastern Europe, refer to the modified form topic. For example, if you press F1 while in the Accounts receivable parameters form, the standard Help for that form is displayed. To see information about the new fields that have been added to the Accounts receivable parameters form for Eastern Europe, see (EEUR) Accounts receivable parameters (modified form)


Many of the reports that you will use are contained in the standard application. When you press F1 while in a report form, the standard Help section for that report is displayed.

Other reports are specific to Eastern Europe. When you press F1 while in those forms, the Help that is displayed includes (EEUR) in the title of the Help topic.