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July 18, 2011


William Dibbern

One quick tip, is that if you've got the Developer Tools open, a handy shortcut to the Xrm object is:


Saves a lot of typing. However to be safe, if you're trying to access Xrm.Page from code you're actually going to end up publishing ... I'd definitely stick with the method you listed already.

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