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MB-210 Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales

Candidates for this exam are Dynamics 365 functional consultants with sales expertise. Candidates are responsible for implementing solutions that support a sales life cycle to run efficiently and effectively to meet revenue targets, business strategies, and company objectives.

Candidates are responsible for configuring and expanding the core functionality of Leads, Contacts, Accounts, Opportunities and supporting entities to map to the sales processes in place at the company. They identify opportunities to use Power Apps to develop unified experiences for all devices, Power Automate for application integration, business process flows, and other automation tools to construct an application that supports and accelerates the "lead to cash journey."

Perform configuration (40-45%)
Configure sales settings
• configure sales territories
• configure default revenue type
• configure auto number settings
• configure business closures
• configure fiscal year
• configure currencies
• configure sales team roles
• configure sales security roles
• configure goal management components
• create and manage sales collateral
• configure relationship cards
• configure playbook management
Configure processes
• configure record creation rules
• configure out of the box sales business process flows
Create and configure sales visualizations
• configure sales content pack for Power BI
• configure sales dashboards
• design and create sales charts
• execute and analyze sales reports
Configure integration with external sales applications
• implement Dynamics 365 AI for sales
• configure and enable embedded intelligence
• implement social selling assistant
• implement LinkedIn Sales Navigator

Manage core sales entities (20-25%)
Create and manage leads
• create and search for leads
• convert activities to leads
• perform lead qualification
• configure status reasons
• scan business card
Create and manage opportunities
• create and search for opportunities
• close opportunity as won or lost
• track stakeholders and sales team
• add product line items to opportunity
• customize the Opportunity Close form
• configure status reasons

Manage sales entities (35-40%)
Create and manage quotes
• add quotes to opportunities
• edit quotes in various stages
• send quotes to customers
• convert quotes to orders
• create a template from a quote
Create and manage sales order processing
• create and manage orders
• create and manage invoices
• create and manage competitors
Create and manage product and product catalog
• configure product families, bundles, and products
• configure price lists
• configure discount lists
• configure unit groups
• configure product lifecycle

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The Adobe and Microsoft cosy-up continues with the upcoming integration of Adobe Acrobat technologies within Microsoft Edge

Users can already use the browser as a free PDF reader, admittedly with limited functionality. However, the tool is set to get a performance upgrade as it will soon be powered by Acrobat’s PDF rendering engine. 

In a striking show of commitment for web-based collaboration, the partnership claims to bring significant improvements to the Windows PDF reader - with no extra charge for existing capabilities. 

In a joint press release, Microsoft and Adobe said the combination of Edge and Acrobat will enable “richer rendering” for graphics and color accuracy. Enhanced security and accessibility tools such as text selection and read-aloud narration are also expected. 

More advanced PDF editor tools remain locked behind an Adobe Document Cloud subscription. However, the Adobe-Microsoft initiative means subscribers can still use the browser to handle all document duties via the Acrobat extension.  

Ashley Still, senior vice president at Adobe, issued the following statement:

“PDF is essential for modern business, accelerating productivity in a world where automation and collaboration are more critical than ever. By bringing the global standard in PDF experience to Microsoft Edge and the billion-plus Windows users worldwide, Adobe and Microsoft are using our joint heritage and expertise in productivity to take an important step forward in making modern, secure, and connected work and life a reality.” 

“Adobe’s PDF technology in Microsoft Edge means users will have fast and secure access to critical digital document capabilities,” added Jared Spataro, corporate vice president for Modern Work & Business Applications at Microsoft.

The rollout is set to be staggered, starting with an opt-in option for managed devices. But what of Microsoft’s existing PDF reader? That’s set to be scrapped, with support ending March 2024.

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Microsoft Edge is getting Adobe’s freemium PDF viewer

Microsoft Edge is getting Adobe’s freemium PDF viewer


While the PDF viewer’s core features will stay free, you’ll see Adobe branding on all your documents, along with an option to pay for more ‘advanced’ features.

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Microsoft Edge’s new PDF viewer is powered by Adobe, and it won’t let you forget that. In an announcement on its website, Microsoft says it’s replacing Edge’s existing PDF viewer with one from Adobe Acrobat, which includes some “advanced” features that are available if you’re willing to pay for them.

Microsoft markets the integration as a way to provide users “a unique PDF experience” with “higher fidelity for more accurate colors and graphics, improved performance, strong security for PDF handling, and greater accessibility.” While Microsoft says that these basic features will stay free and that it won’t lose any existing functionality, documents will still display “an unobtrusive Adobe brand mark.”

The PDF viewer will display “Powered by Adobe Acrobat” in the bottom right corner of documents.
The PDF viewer will display “Powered by Adobe Acrobat” in the bottom right corner of documents.
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You’ll also see the option to “try” paywalled PDF features from Adobe, which allow you to do things like combine files, edit text and images, and convert PDFs. Enabling these features comes at a price, however, and means you’ll have to sign up for an Adobe Acrobat subscription.

Microsoft says you can move forward with the transaction (or sign in to an existing Adobe subscription) straight from Edge. It’s still not clear how in-your-face these sign-up prompts will be, but I’m guessing the “Edit with Acrobat” button shown in the above screenshot will trigger one.

Edge is my go-to browser on Windows, and this just seems like more unnecessary bloatware, especially for a PDF reader that no one was complaining about in the first place. If I needed more advanced PDF editing features, I would’ve purchased an Acrobat subscription by now. That said, I would really prefer not to have another freemium offering shoved in my face when I’m doing something as simple as just reading a PDF (which I do quite often, by the way).

Microsoft is only giving users on managed devices the option to use the legacy viewer until next year.
Microsoft is only giving users on managed devices the option to use the legacy viewer until next year.
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Unfortunately, most of us won’t have the option to revert back to the old reader once it starts rolling out the new Adobe-powered one on Windows next month. It’s only offering users on managed devices as part of commercial organizations the option to use the old viewer until it officially discontinues the legacy system on March 31st, 2024. If you’re using Edge on macOS, you’re safe (for now), as Microsoft vaguely says it’s rolling out the new reader on Macs “in the future.”

All of this is likely a push to promote Adobe through Microsoft’s existing partnership with the company. Microsoft already integrates paid PDF and electronic signature features from Adobe in its suite of productivity applications, including Teams, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneDrive, and SharePoint. I suppose it was only a matter of time before Adobe began planting its freemium content on Edge.