Application Menu Bar 5 14 Which Application Menu Bar Matches Navigation Path

Application menu bar 5 14 which application menu bar

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Application Menu Bar 5 14: Which Application Menu Bar Matches Navigation Path 3? Application Menu Bar 1 15: Which Application Menu Bar Matches Navigation Path 4? Application Menu Bar 4 16: Which Application Menu Bar Matches Navigation Path 5? Application Menu Bar 2 17: What are some differences you notice between the Application Bars? Application Menu Bar differ in each of the transaction screens and so does the functionality of buttons Step: I.1.12: Follow Navigation Path 5 and enter the transaction. Step: I.1.13: Hover over the first button on the Application Menu Bar, this will display the name of the icon. 18: What is the name of this icon? Create Document List/Find Documents Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 20 of 48 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC.
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Step: I.1.14: Click on the button. 19: What is the title of the screen you enter after clicking on the button?Document List Step: I.1.15: Click the Back Button.Step: I.1.16: Click “Editing Options”in the Application Menu Bar.20: What is the title of the screen you enter after clicking on the button? Account Editing Options Step: I.1.17: Remember to go back to the SAP Easy Access Menu. This section describes the different parts of a transaction menu. Some of the parts will be familiar to you from the SAP Easy Access Screen. Step: I.1.18: Follow the Navigation Path below Navigation SAP Menu Logistics Sales and Distribution Sales Order Create Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 21 of 48 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. Section I.6: What is in a transaction? Application Menu Bars (V) Application Menu Bars (V) What is in a Transaction? (VI) Setting Up Transaction Codes (VII) Setting Up Transaction Codes (VII) Viewing Help Guides (VIII) Viewing Help Guides (VIII)
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Step: I.1.19: In the “Create Sales Order: Initial Screen”, enter the following information:AttributeDescriptionData ValueOrder TypeDistinguishes different types of sales documentsORStep: I.1.20: 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.Notice a few of these you saw earlier21: There are four new elements that you have not seen in the exercise yet, what are they? . Create with Refer, Sales, Item Overview, Ordering Party Chapter 02: General Notes and Cautions Page 22 of 48 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC.
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Step: I.1.21: Exit this transaction and return to the SAP Easy Access Menu Screen Layout: Step: I.1.22: Follow the Navigation Path below: Navigation SAP Menu Logistics Materials Management Purchasing Purchase Order Create Vendor/Supplying Plant Known There will not always be all three sections, but it is important that you understand this general concept.
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