SAP Easy Access Tutorial

Once you log into the SAP system, the SAP easy access will be clearly seen on your left side of the screen in a hierarchy like structure. Also called a SAP user menu, it has two folders namely SAP menu and favorites. The latter provides a storage point for your most preferred codes for transaction. Having your most used transactions in this folder will keep you from using a lot of your time to search for the codes.

The simple steps to saving your codes in this folder involve selecting the transaction code you want, clicking on the Favorites option on the menu then clicking on Add. On the other hand, if you are already familiar with the transaction code you want to save, click Favorites then select Insert Transaction on the Menu bar. Type the code into the window that pops up then press Enter. There are other ways of adding the codes inside the folder but these are some of the easiest.

SAP Business Workplace is also be accessed through the initial screen of SAP easy access. The functions of these include creating, editing and sending short messages, searching for documents and folders as well as beginning workflows.

Other activities on the Business Workplace include:

Opening an appointment calendar and maintaining it

This is done by just clicking on the Appointment Calendar option. For an employee calendar, select Environment, then Employee Calendar and after typing their name in, an appointment calendar will be created for them in a fresh session. You can also have the personal data and contact details of the employees presented.

With authorization, one can maintain the employee’s calendar as well as their office settings. One can in addition choose to save their Workplace display settings or have them discarded. The document preview can be hidden or displayed through the settings option.

There sub folders that constitute the SAP menu folder include

  • Web Client Framework
  • Cross Application
  • Human Resource
  • Information System
  • Tools, office, Accounting and Logistics

Depending on the administrator’s authorization, this folder makes it possible for working on the system by users. After logging into the system, the system administrator defined user menu will be what will appear.

The Navigation Area

In instances when there is no user menu or some items are missing from it you can simply go through the Sap Standard Menu to get the general idea of the entire system. Then, find your way to the items you require using the navigation area.

The SAP easy access menu is as key a component that is necessary to do ones basic day to day assignments. Each item on the menu has a dropdown arrow on the left that will enable the user to either collapse or expand the navigation region’s menus.

On the navigation area also, there are different methods of opening the application you wish to use. The context list of options will be viewed by selecting an item of your choice and clicking the resulting mouse key. It is by opening this list of options that one can retrieve the navigation’s area significant tasks and instructions.

Click on Edit then select Execute in New Window to have the application function on a fresh session.

Customizing SAP easy access to better suite your company needs is also possible.

SAP Easy Access Tutorial

This is a system that is trusted and in use by numerous big companies in running their operations. SAP system can be too technical for some thus they need a tutorial that will take them through right from the basics. This includes the features of SAP and how to use the basic functions.

The tutorials may be downloadable from the internet while some are in form of books and one should pick one according to their current knowledge on the systems.

Go for tutorials or SAP online training where you can get added learning materials. A SAP easy access tutorial with video demonstrations and practical steps will be easier for you to comprehend rather than just a written document.

When looking for resources on how to operate this easy access system from the internet, you need to know how to determine the credibility of the source. A periodical or a blog written by a credited author are sites that will most likely provide reliable information. This is information that is based in facts and actually makes sense.

The sources of information need to have the author and the owner of the site indicated. You also need to get up to date information and this means looking at the date when the information was last updated.

The Basics of SAP Easy Access

The basics about this tutorial will include learning about the contents of the SAP window and the functions of its components. This knowledge is key when it comes to steering through and making optimal use of SAP easy access.

The bars on this window include the title, status and the menu bar. You will enter the transaction code in the command field. Information about the system including messages will be displayed on the status bar. The icons you need for your transactions will be contained in the status toolbar some of these include Print, for printing that screen, Back, to get back to the preceding screen, Exit, for returning to the earlier application and discarding the current one.

Save, to save your work, while Cancel allows you to leave your work without saving or you can use find and find next to do your searches. You can also scroll though the pages using the icons: first page, last page, previous page and next page.

Learning about this user menu on the other hand will not guarantee that you will not run into some obstacles while using the system. In case this happens, you can always rely on your system administrator for assistance.

With the system administrator, one can create, edit and give out tasks to different users. Having authorization, with SAP easy access, one can also have role menus called and assigned to users.

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