Contains functions such as Display Change Print and Exit that affect the object

Contains functions such as display change print and

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Contains functions, such as Display, Change, Print , and Exit , that affect the object in general. Edit Allows you to edit components of the current object. Common functions include Select, Edit and Copy . The Cancel option allows you to leave a task without saving the data you have entered. Goto Allows you to move directly to other screens of the current task. Also, contains the Back option, which takes you back one level in the system hierarchy. Before going back, the system checks the data you have entered on the current screen and displays a dialog box, if it detects a problem. Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 12 of 49 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC.
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The following menus may also appear: Menu Title Description Extras Contains additional functions, which you do not need regularly, but you can choose, to work with the current object or an object component. Environment Contains functions that display additional information about the current object. View Allows you to display the current object in different views, for example, switching between a single-line and double-line display of a table. Settings Allows you to set user-specific transaction parameters. Utilities Allows you to do object-independent processing, such as deleting, copying, and printing functions. Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 13 of 49 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC.
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The Standard Toolbar: This toolbar is also visible no matter what screen in SAP you enter. Take note of what all the different buttons do. Status Bar: If you click on the Status Bar it will tell you different information about the system you logged into. Application Menu Bars, SAP Easy Access Menu, and System Messages will be explained later in this exercise. Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 14 of 49 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. Section I.4: Where Do I Start? Important Assignment Formats (I ) Important Assignment Formats (I ) How to Log On ( II ) How to Log On ( II ) What am I looking at? ( III ) What am I looking at? ( III ) Where Do I Start? ( IV )
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The SAP Easy Access menu is the side of SAP that business professionals use to complete the normal business function needed to complete their job. The SAP Easy Access menu appears when you start a session. These are the folders that contain the transactions you will enter to complete your exercises. 8: Who uses the SAP Easy Access Menu? Business professionals use SAP Easy Access Menu to complete the normal business function needed to complete the job Using the SAP Easy Access Menu: Opening the folders to get to a transaction is called the Navigation Path . A navigation path always ends with a transaction. 9: What does a Navigation Path always end with? Transaction Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 15 of 49 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC.
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When you are going through your assignments you will be given navigation paths to follow. They will be in the following format.
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