Step 161 Follow the Navigation Path below Navigation SAP Menu \u00e0 Logistics

Step 161 follow the navigation path below navigation

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Step: 1.6.1: Follow the Navigation Path below Navigation SAP Menu à Logistics à Sales and Distribution à Sales à Order à Create Step: 1.6.2: In the “Create Sales Order: Initial Screen” , enter the following information: Attribute Description Data Value Order Type Distinguishes different types of sales documents OR Step: 1.6.3: Click Enter . Example of One Transaction Screen and Its Elements: When you enter a transaction, there are different elements you will want to pay attention to. Take note of these elements because they will be referred to in later exercises. Æ Notice a few of these elements you saw earlier Application Menu Bars (V) What is in a Transaction? (VI) Setting Up Transaction Codes (VII) Viewing Help Guides (VIII) Section 1.6: What is in a transaction?
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Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 18 of 40 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. 21: There are seven new elements that you have not seen in the exercise yet, what are three of them? STATUS BAR, SYSTEM MESSAGES, TABS ! Step: 1.6.4: Exit this transaction and return to the SAP Easy Access Menu Screen Layout: Step: 1.6.5: Follow the Navigation Path below: Navigation SAP Menu à Logistics à Materials Management à Purchasing à Purchase Order à Create à Vendor/Supplying Plant Known
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Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 19 of 40 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. Æ There will not always be all three sections, but it is important that you understand this general concept. Æ You may edit data in any section depending on which sections you have opened or expanded 22: What are the names of the three collapsible sections in the create purchase order screen? Header section, Items section, Item Details section !
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Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 20 of 40 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. Each exercise will ask you what the Transaction Code or T-Code for that transaction is. T-codes are a short code you can type into the command field to go straight to the transaction. T-Codes are extremely important for business professionals because it cuts down on time by eliminating the need to go through the menu path. While the menu path is important, it is not as important for your everyday business professional that may only use a few transactions. Æ Once you set this up the first time you will not have to do it again. It is recommended that you follow these instructions and set this up now before you start the next exercises. Step: 1.7.1: On the SAP Menu Bar Click Extra à Settings Step: 1.7.2: In the “Settings” pop-up, check the box next to “Display Technical Names” Æ This will display the transaction code on the same line as the name of the transaction Step: 1.7.3: In the Settings pop-up, click Enter . Æ 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 Application Menu Bars (V) What's in a Transaction?
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