Navigation ECC 6

Navigation ECC 6 - Navigation Menu Paths and Transaction...

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Navigation Menu Paths and Transaction Codes Navigating in the ERP system can get confusing. One way to navigate in the system is through the menus system at the left edge of the screen. For example, to enter a sales order, the user can click on the triangle in front of Logistics , which expand the menu to show the following options under Logistics : Some material © SAP AG Bret J. Wagner 05/12/09 1 Click on the triangle in front of logistics to expand the menu
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Navigation The user can then expand Sales and Distribution , which provides a listing of options for the sales and distribution module: To get to the sales order entry screen, the user has to expand the Sales option, and then Order to get to Create . Double-clicking on the Create line will bring up the order entry screen. Some material © SAP AG Bret J. Wagner 05/12/09 2 Double-click here
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Navigation Notice that the tree-structure menu has disappeared. You are now in the area of the SAP program where you will enter a sales transaction. In these instructions, the previous series of menu paths will be described using bold text with arrows showing each of the menu selections. Thus, the menu paths to get to the customer order entry screen will be shown as follow: Logistics Sales and Distribution Sales Order Create IMPORTANT FEATURE Frequently the tree-structure menu paths can get a little confusing. When that happens, the SAP standard menu icon can be used to collapse the menu back to its original starting point. Users of the ERP system typically use only a few of the thousands of transaction screens available, and they tend to use them frequently. For example, people performing customer order entry may use screens to enter inquiries, quotes and sales orders and check on the status of material, but they will not likely be performing human resource functions or determining plant maintenance schedules. For these users, the SAP ERP system provides an easier way to navigate the system. First, we can save this transaction in our favorites folder. Click on the back icon to return to the tree-structured menu. The tree structure should still be opened to the Create Sales Order transaction. To add this to our favorites folder, simple click on the create line and drag it to the favorites folder: Some material © SAP AG Bret J. Wagner 05/12/09 3
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Navigation This will create a link to the Create Sales Order transaction under the Favorites menu: Favorites can also be added and deleted using the add and delete favorites icons . The title of this new short cut leaves something to be desired, but we can edit it. Click on the new Create shortcut, the follow the pull-down menu path Favorites Change : Some material © SAP AG Bret J. Wagner 05/12/09 4 Drag Create to Favorites
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Navigation Note that in these instructions pull-down menu paths will be given using arrows rather than
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2009 for the course BITM 2701 taught by Professor Shim during the Spring '09 term at Seton Hall.

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