Bio – Tao Yue


Tao Yue is a Software Development Engineer working primarily on reporting and Excel integration in CRM, and has been with the CRM team since mid-2004.  He enjoys the fresh air and open space of the Pacific Northwest, but wishes it could get its act together on public transportation.


 


He enjoys photography, hiking, reading nonfiction (on his own), and reading fiction (when prodded by an upcoming book club meeting).  After an ergonomics evaluation, he’s heeded the principle of diversity in input devices, using all of the following at home and at the office: right-handed mouse, ambidextrous mouse, ambidextrous trackball, Wacom tablet, the mouse puck on the Microsoft Media Center Remote Keyboard, various unsplit keyboards, Microsoft Natural Keyboard 4000, fully-split adjustable keyboard, and Windows voice recognition.


 


His infrequently-updated personal web site is located at http://www.taoyue.com/

Comments (5)

  1. Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 a report prefiltering capability. In this post I will describe the process

  2. With your expertise I was hoping you could answer a really simple question for me. We are having issues when trying to export anything from CRM 3.0 to MS Excel 2003 when the export has more than 10000 lines. If we view more than 10000 contracts or accounts and export the view to MS Excel 2003 it only brings over 10000 records. This is consistant on multiple machines so I am wondering if this is a limitation on MS Excel 2003 or CRM 3.0 part?

  3. Writing a report for Microsoft CRM can seem a bit daunting at first if you’re not familiar with Microsoft

  4. A business user wishing to integrate Excel pivot tables with an existing database implementation, such

  5. A business user wishing to integrate Excel pivot tables with an existing database implementation, such

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