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There won’t always be all three sections, but it is important that you understand this general concept. You may edit data in any section depending on which sections you have opened or expanded 28: What are the names of the three collapsible sections in the create purchase order screen? Header Section, Items Section, Item Details Section 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. There are two ways you will use to find T-Codes. It depends on if you are in the SAP Customizing Implementation Guide or the SAP Easy Access Menu. If the Transaction is using the SAP Menu: 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. Chapter 01: General Notes and Cautions Page 19 of 43 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC. Section I.8: Finding Transaction Codes
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Step: I.1.27: On the SAP Menu Bar Click Extra Settings Step: I.1.28: In the “Settings” Pop-up, check the box next to “Display Technical Names” This will display the transaction code on the same line as the name of the transaction Step: I.1.29: In the Settings pop-up, click the Enter . 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 01: General Notes and Cautions Page 20 of 43 © 2017 Epistemy Press, LLC.
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If the Transaction is using the SAP Customizing Implementation Guide: Step: I.1.30: Follow the Menu Path Below Navigation SAP Customizing Implementation Guide Financial Accounting (New) General Ledger Accounting (New) Master Data G/L Accounts Define Financial Statement Versions Do not enter the transaction 29: What is one way you can get to the SAP Customizing Implementation Guide? Back button Step: I.1.31: Right click on the Execute Button . Step: I.1.32: Click “Display Technical Info” . Step: I.1.33: Click on the “Maint. Objects” Tab. Step: I.1.34: In the Assigned objects section under Transaction will be the Transaction Code. This will also display related transaction codes if there are any. This transaction does not contain any. 30: What is the transaction code for “Define Financial Statement Versions”? SM30 31: What is the customizing object? V_T011 Step: I.1.35: Click the back button Step: I.1.36: Enter the “Define Financial Statements Versions” transaction by clicking the execute button .
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