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Add images and colors to process flow maps [AX 2012]

Updated: October 31, 2011

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

You can add images to represent processes in a process flow map. You can also use colors to represent specific substances and substance categories that are included in process flow maps. For example, you add an image of a light bulb to the process that represents your electricity utility. Additionally, you use the color yellow to represent the electricity as it travels to the different processes in your organization.

The following procedures explain how to add images to represent a process, and how to select a color to represent a substance or substance category in process flow maps.

  1. Click Compliance and internal controls > Common > Environmental sustainability > Environmental processes > Environmental processes.

  2. Select the process to add an image to, or click New to create a new process.

  3. On the Image tab, click Add image.

  4. Select an image to represent the selected process, and then click Open.

    The image is used to represent the process.

  5. You can preview the image that you added, or any other images. Select the process, and then, on the Image tab, click Image preview.

Tip Tip

You can also add images to a process flow map from the Process map form. Click Compliance and internal controls > Common > Environmental sustainability > Environmental processes > Environmental process maps. In the Environmental process maps form, click Map.

  1. Click Compliance and internal controls > Setup > Environmental sustainability > Substances.

  2. Select the substance to represent by a color, or click New to add a new substance.

  3. On the Details tab, in the Map color field, select a color to represent the selected substance in process flow maps.

  1. Click Compliance and internal controls > Setup > Environmental sustainability > Substance categories.

  2. Select the substance category to represent by a color, or click New to add a new category.

  3. On the Map color tab, in the Map color field, select a color to represent the selected substance category in process flow maps.

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