Now when you open the folders and look at the transaction they will have the

Now when you open the folders and look at the

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Now when you open the folders and look at the transaction they will have the Transaction codes in front of the name of the transaction. Before After Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 24 of 48 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. Section I.7: Finding Transaction Codes Application Menu Bars (V) Application Menu Bars (V) What's in a Transaction? (VI) What's in a Transaction? (VI) Setting Up Transaction Codes (VII) Viewing Help Guides (VIII) Viewing Help Guides (VIII)
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At times, certain attributes or fields may not appear to have the name of them displayed on the screen. To display the full name of the attribute or field, simply click within the field and then press the F1 key, or the Help button . This will bring up not only the title of the field, but it will bring up the full description. In this step, you learn how to use the “Performance Assistant” tool to help you find answers to error messages or to find the definition or explanation of a field within the SAP system. Step: I.1.26: In the “SAP Easy Access” screen, follow the navigation path below: Navigation Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 25 of 48 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. Section I.8: Viewing Help Guides Application Menu Bars (V) Application Menu Bars (V) What's in a Transaction? (VI) What's in a Transaction? (VI) Setting Up Transaction Codes (VII) Setting Up Transaction Codes (VII) Viewing Help Guides (VIII)
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SAP Menu Accounting Financial Accounting Accounts Receivable Account Display Balances 23: What is the Transaction Code to Display Balances? Step: I.1.27: In the “Customer Balance Display” screen, click on the “Customer” field. Do not enter any customer information in the field. Step: I.1.28: Press on the “F1” key on your keyboard. 24: What is the “Customer Account Number” definition? Step: I.1.29: In the “Performance Assistant” pop-up, click close . Step: I.1.30: In the “Customer Balance Display” screen, click help . Notice that performing either one of these actions displays the “Assistant” tool. Step: I.1.31: Close the “Performance Assistant” pop-up and return to the SAP Easy Access Screen. At times in this document, the instructions will ask you to search for something to put in a field. When it does, simply click on the input field and click on the search icon to the right of it , or click on the F4 Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 26 of 48 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. Section I.9: The Search Tool The Search Tool (IX) SAP Search Menu (X) 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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button while inside the input field. Clicking on it will bring up another window and you will search from there. In this section, you will practice using the search box that appears next to a field when entering data into it. You will also learn how to navigate and use the proceeding menus and pop-ups.
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