When we found out we were pregnant, we did all the things.
Luana put the pregnancy test in a box. She set up a hidden camera and recorded my surprise opening it, learning our lives would change.
We printed out a bunch of signs. My brother took pictures of us holding them on the grass in the front yard. We turned the pictures into a slideshow for Luana’s mom in Brazil:
“Hey Mom… Happy Mother’s Day… We Love You… and… Guess What? …YOU… are going to be… a GRANDMA!”
We booked a pregnancy announcement photoshoot. We dressed up and hiked to a field below this hill at sunset. The day turned out cloudy, but we took these lovely pictures surrounded by little yellow flowers. Pretty flowers. They bloom here every spring. I think they’re called mustard flowers, but they didn’t smell like mustard. I don’t know.
When we found out we were pregnant, we scheduled our 8-week appointment with the doctor to confirm the pregnancy.
In this video, we look at using formulas within the excel data connector.
As an excel user, you should be familiar with formulas. Perhaps you frequently take D365 data into excel to perform some external lookups or comparisons. Formulas can be written into your D365 excel-connected experience, so that your dependent formulas refresh when you refresh your connection.