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SAP 4.6 Basic Skills Self-Study
Published: 2001

This self-study is designed for MIT employees new to SAP.

eBook Contents

Introduction (Explains the purpose of the Self-Study, prerequisites, and guidelines for use) - SAP terminology (Introduces frequently used SAP terminology.) - Logging in (Walks you through the SAP logon process for Macintosh and Windows) - Basic SAP navigation (Describes the basic SAP screen, explains moving between menus, matchcode searches, and other commonly used functions) - Reporting fundamentals (Teaches how to define various search criteria necessary for report generation) - Basic report printing (Covers the basic printing functions available in SAP) - Downloading SAP reports (Describes how to download an SAP report to a spreadsheet using either the SAP download button or menu path) - User default settings (Shows how to set SAP system defaults, i.e., printer name, date format, telephone and address) - End user customization (Shows how to customize some SAP screens on Macintosh and Windows platforms) - Log off SAP (Walks you through the SAP logoff process for Macintosh and Windows)

eBook License: Copyrighted (Personal Use Only)

Free PDF eBook - 2,46 Mb - 152 pages

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