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Which default dimension setup is used to make sure that all future items will be posted with a dimension requirement?
When you set up global dimensions, two dimensions are automatically set up as shortcut dimensions. How many shortcut dimensions, besides the two global dimensions, can be set up?
On the Dimension Combinations page, you have selected “Limited” in the cell that combines the Customergroup and Department dimensions. What does this mean?
Every time you enter a Customergroup and Department dimension in a journal or document, the system shows a warning, asking you to confirm that you want to use Customergroup and Department together.
You have to specify in which documents and journals that Customergroup and Department can be used together.
Customergroup and Department cannot be set up as shortcut dimensions.
You have to specify which dimension values of the Customergroup and Department dimensions are blocked.
Which statement on default dimension priorities is correct?
When no default dimension priorities are set up, the default dimension values of the last entered account take priority over the default dimension values of the previously entered account.
Default dimension priorities are set up to eliminate all possible conflicts between default dimension values.
Default dimensions that are set up on an individual account always take precedence over the default dimensions that are set up on the account table. The default dimensions on the account table will be ignored during the posting process.
By default, the customer has a higher priority than the item.
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