7 What should you do when you see a pencil Chapter 01 General Notes and

7 what should you do when you see a pencil chapter 01

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Chapter 01: General Notes and Cautions Page 5 of 42 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. Step: I.2.1: Double Click on the SAP Shortcut Step: I.2.2: In the “SAP Logon” screen double click on the Server you were assigned by your professor Section I.2: How to Log On
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Chapter 01: General Notes and Cautions Page 6 of 42 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. Step: I.2.3: Click OK Step: I.2.4: In the “Secure Login – Credentials” Screen type in your school username and password.
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Chapter 01: General Notes and Cautions Page 7 of 42 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. SAP Easy Access Screen: The SAP Easy Access Screen is the first screen you see when you log into SAP. The six main elements are described in the sections below. Section I.3: What am I looking at?
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Chapter 01: General Notes and Cautions Page 8 of 42 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. The SAP Menu Bar: The SAP Menu Bar is the menu at the very top of the screen. The Menu Bar is visible no matter what transaction in SAP you enter. The menu is organized according to the task you are performing in the SAP system. The following menus are standard on every SAP screen: Menu Title Description Menu Will take you to different menus in SAP Favorites Manipulates your favorites section in your GUI. System Contains functions, such as New GUI Window, User profile, and Log off , that affect the system in general . Help Provides various forms of online help. The following menus are standard in most SAP applications: Menu Title Description <Object> Usually named after the object you are currently working with, for example, Material . 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. 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.
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Chapter 01: General Notes and Cautions Page 9 of 42 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. The Standard Toolbar: This toolbar is also visible no matter what screen in SAP you enter.
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