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    Posted: February 24 2017 at 7:07pm

I have worked on all version from 2009 R2 to 2016 but never used the Cue Groups in any of my projects. I have seen some Role Center Pages which shows a Count embedded in a Graphical representation with various Colors & Icons which in Navision called as CUE GROUPS.As I have seen CUE Groups gives a very good impact when a Role Center is opened using Web Client.

Can anyone can give suggestions on how to embed the Cue group page by creating it for Sales Order & Sales Invoice. So that it gives a Graphical representation on my Role Center Page.

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cue group is a part that contains one or more cues. You use a cue group to list the names of the cues and the number of records retrieved by each cue. The cue group appears in the FactBox pane of a form. This topic describes how to create a cue group and how to add cues to that cue group. For information about how to create a cue, see How to: Create a Cue.

To Create a Cue Group

  1. In the AOT, expand Parts, right-click Cue Groups, and then click New Cue Group.

  2. Click the new cue group. In the property sheet, click Name and specify a name the uniquely identifies the cue group.

  3. Click Label and select the label you want to appear in the title bar of the cue group part.

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