This will show you a list of every customer associated with your identifier

This will show you a list of every customer

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This will show you a list of every customer associated with your identifier. This is a specific design of GBI. Every one of your customers, when they were created in the system, was assigned a three-digit search term that corresponds to your identifier, thus you entered 0## in the “search term” field. This will also work with vendors in future assignments. Step: I.1.41: Click the search bar near the top of the screen to show the search menu. Step: I.1.42: Click the button at the very top right corner of that looks like this: . This menu allows you to use other methods of searching for what you want. Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 29 of 48 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC.
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Step: I.1.43: Choose the “Customers (by company code).” tab. Step: I.1.44: You can accomplish the same result by navigating to whichever tab you want by using the arrow buttons . Step: I.1.45: In the “Customer Account Number” pop-up, enter the following information: Attribute Description Data Value Company Code Company code is an organizational unit within financial accounting US00 Step: I.1.46: Click Enter . Step: I.1.47: This will show you a list of all (limited to 500) of the customers associated with the US00 company code. Step: I.1.48: Click the search bar near the top of the screen to display the search menu. Step: I.1.49: Clear the information in the “Company Code” field. Step: I.1.50: In the “Customer Account Number” screen, enter the following information: Attribute Description Data Value Customer Gives an alphanumeric key, which clearly identifies the customer or vendor in the SAP system. *000 Step: I.1.51: Click start search . Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 30 of 48 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC.
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The asterisk symbol represents a wild card, meaning anything can be before 0##. This will show you a list of every customer that has a customer number ending in your identifier. 26: Why would someone use the “*” in a search? because this will show you a list of every customer that has number ending in your looking for identifier Now that you know the various methods of searching, try using other criteria and exploring different searching methods to familiarize yourself with the system. Before this section, you accessed the “Customer Balance Display” screen by navigating through the menu path and using a transaction code. In this section, you will learn how to use the SAP search menu. The search menu enables you to find a specific page by searching key words. Step: I.1.52: In the “SAP Easy Access” screen , type “search_sap_menu” in the command field. Step: I.1.53: Click Enter . Step: I.1.54: In the “Enter transaction code or menu text” pop-up, enter the following information: Attribute Description Data Value Enter Search Text Field that you enter a transaction code or menu text title Display Balances Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 31 of 48 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. Section I.10: SAP Search Menu The Search Tool (IX) The Search Tool (IX) SAP Search Menu (X) System Message Types (XI) System Message Types (XI) Miscellaneous Reminders (XII) Miscellaneous Reminders (XII) Exercise Deliverables Instructions (XIII) Exercise Deliverables Instructions (XIII)
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Step: I.1.55: Click Enter .
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