NAV 2013 R2 Image Library

23 Oct

The NAV 2013 R2 was shipped a few weeks ago, and the look and feel has drastically changed, compared to the RTM version. It has a flattened interface, which adheres to the new UI standards of Microsoft. Questions were raised if we could go back to the previous look and feel, but Microsoft has told us that they will stick to this new design. It is in line with the new SharePoint experience and that is one of the requirements.


The R2 version has about 1000 icons, and I could not found any new icons compared to the RTM version. But they all have undergone a redesign. That’s a huge load of work! Imagine you have to redraw a number of 1000 icons in two formats!

But still there is no possibility in the Development Environment to lookup and search for icons. It is still the same classic lookup form.



NAV 2013 R2 Image Library

As with the NAV 2013 Image Library, I have made an application with all the NAV 2013 R2 icons. It is available for download at mibuso.

The application is built with Microsoft .Net WPF and requires .Net Framework 4.5. This version comes as a prerequisite with NAV 2013. If you haven’t it installed yet, you can get it from the NAV 2013 installation DVD in the folder “Prerequisite Components” or download it here.




5 thoughts on “NAV 2013 R2 Image Library

    • DO you have the Web Client installed?

      Then have a look at the folder C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics NAV\71\Web Client\Resources\ExtractedResources

  1. First of all: Many, many thanx for this great tool! I love it!

    But it seems, that MS has build in some new or updated images in one of the recent updates. We updated this week from “rollup 3” (build no. 35800) to “rollup 6” (build no. 36366). One example of an updated image is the “Voucher” image:
    Old Version ->
    New Version ->

    Is there any chance, that you will release an updated version of the Image Library? Thank you!

    P.S.: What do you think of creating some sort of setup or drop down field like the “Show type” field, where the user can choose the NAV version? So you have only one program for all NAV versions 🙂

    P.P.S.: Sorry for my bad english, it’s not my native language 🙂

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