Lab1 Jake Passini 013 - Chapter 02 Exercise 02-01 Page 1 of 24 Chapter 02 Introduction to SAP Exercise 02-01 SAP Navigation Multiple Company Code

Lab1 Jake Passini 013 - Chapter 02 Exercise 02-01 Page 1 of...

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Chapter 02, Exercise 02-01 Page 1 of 24 Chapter 02: Introduction to SAP Exercise 02-01: SAP Navigation Multiple Company Code Version 4.14 Revised 7/27/2015 General Notes and Information It is strongly recommended that you read through the entire exercise prior to starting. Not all instructions can be provided in a linear manner in the exercise itself. READ CAREFULLY! The following symbols are used to indicate important information as described below. An arrow highlights an important instruction that must not be overlooked. A pencil prompts you to write down an important piece of information. Each student or group will be assigned a unique three digit identifier . This identifier is used in all exercises to uniquely identify your data. Whenever you see three-digit ### in these exercises, replace it with your identifier. Differences in Font : Throughout this exercise you will see tables with different fonts used in the Data Entry column(s). The normal Times New Roman indicates you enter exactly what is typed out except for the ## Symbol where you would put in your identifier. The italicized Times New Roman font indicates the data is looked up, found, or otherwise not to be entered literally as written. Always work with your data. When you Log onto SAP for the first time you may get a pop-op message regarding copyright Introduction
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Chapter 02, Exercise 02-01 Page 2 of 24 information, please accept the terms to continue into SAP. From the SAP Logon screen, make sure that you DO NOT click on the (LOG ON) button in the upper left hand corner of the screen. Instead, double-click on the assigned system name.
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Chapter 02, Exercise 02-01 Page 3 of 24 SAP Menu First Glance Look through these pictures for a first glance at what some of the most important aspects of SAP look like. The Standard Toolbar: Examples of Application Menu Bars: The application menu’s contents depend upon which transaction you are currently using. This menu will appear below the screen name which is just below the standard menu.
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Chapter 02, Exercise 02-01 Page 4 of 24 Screen Layout: There won’t always be all three sections, but it is important that you understand this general concept. You may edit data in any section depending on which sections you have opened or expanded with the buttons outlined in red on the left.
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Chapter 02, Exercise 02-01 Page 5 of 24 General Important Screen Elements: System Messages: These are examples of an error message, a warning message, and an information message, respectively. An error message means there is a critical issue that makes it impossible to continue with
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Chapter 02, Exercise 02-01 Page 6 of 24 your work. A warning message serves the purpose of informing you of some important fact that you may not have noticed. These messages, if they are expected, can be ignored.
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