Copy 'n' Paste Excel data into SAP Business One.
14 Aug

Excel data via copy 'n' paste in SAP Business One

Sometimes you run out of imagination about what you can do with a new add-on idea for SAP Business One. However, this new add-on will give some people some ideas. With Woongjin's add-on, data can be copied directly from Excel and pasted into a table in SAP Business One.

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You can see how this works in the video.

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