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SAP Manual

SAP Manual

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  • SAP Overview
  • Course Outline
  • SAP Course Outline
  • The Concert Program
  • Overview
  • What is SAP?
  • Lesson 1: Logging On and Off and Screen Elements
  • Lesson 1 Objectives
  • How to Log On and Off SAP
  • How to Identify Screen Elements
  • The Title Bar
  • The Menu Bar
  • The Standard Toolbar
  • The Application Toolbar
  • The Status Bar
  • Work Area
  • Entry Fields
  • Required Fields
  • How to Resize Windows
  • Mouse Maneuvering
  • Online Help in Fields and Screens
  • System Help - F1
  • Help Within Fields - F4
  • The Performance Assistant Box
  • Help for Screen Elements and Error Messages
  • Extended Help
  • Determining How to Display Help
  • Release Notes
  • Lesson 1 Practice
  • Lesson 1 Practice Answers
  • Lesson 2: Working with SAP
  • Lesson 2 Objectives
  • SAP System Functions
  • SAP Modules Used at SE&A
  • SAP Modules at SE&A
  • Creating and Managing Favorites
  • Favorites Folders
  • Renaming, Moving, and Deleting Folders and Favorites
  • SAP System Concepts
  • Reporting in SAP
  • Finding the Name of a Report
  • Finding a Current Report
  • Master Data
  • Lesson 2 Practice
  • Lesson 2 Answers to Practice Questions
  • Lesson 3: Menu Paths, Transactions, Passwords, Printing, Multiple Sessions
  • Lesson 3 Objectives
  • Menus in SAP
  • Menu Paths and Transactions
  • Transaction Codes
  • Working with Multiple Sessions
  • Which Session Am I In?
  • Creating a New Session and a New Task at Once
  • Passwords
  • Password Duration
  • Rules for Passwords
  • User Authorizations
  • Printing
  • Setting Printer Defaults
  • Printing Lists
  • Checking the Status of a Print Request
  • Lesson 3 Practice
  • Lesson 3 Answers to Practice Questions
  • Lesson 4: Using Matchcodes and Other Functions
  • Lesson 4 Objectives
  • Error, Warning, and Information Messages
  • Searching Using Matchcodes
  • Refining Your Search
  • Wildcards in Matchcodes
  • Advanced Matchcode Searches
  • Special Features: Setting User Defaults and Working in Screens
  • Setting Data
  • Hold Data
  • Deleting Held or Set Data
  • Entry vs Save in a Screen
  • Stop Transaction Button
  • Tabs on Screens
  • Lesson 4 Practice
  • Lesson 4 Practice Answers
  • Lesson 5: Customizing Your Screen
  • Lesson 5 Objectives
  • How to Customize Your SAP Screen
  • Using Parameter IDs for Shortcuts
  • Lesson 5 Practice
  • Lesson 5 Answers to Practice Questions
  • Lesson 6: Resources
  • Lesson 6 Objectives
  • SAP Help Portal
  • Computer-Based SAP Training with NETg
  • MySAP.com
  • Concert Program Glossary
  • SE&A Help Desk (SBS Service Desk)
  • Lesson 6 Practice
  • Lesson 6 Answers to Practice Questions
  • Overview Course Summary
  • What You Learned in This Course
  • New Terms
  • Terminology
  • Job Aids
  • Quick Reference Guide
  • Glossary
  • Index

SE&A uses several SAP modules from Logistics and Accounting. Descriptions of each of these
modules are provided below.

• Sales and Distribution (SD): handles tasks related to sales, shipping, and billing. It
provides sales support with tools for managing information on sales leads and competitor

When a customer places an order, the SD module extracts information from the database
such as the customer's address, sales activity, and credit limit. SD works with the
Materials Management (MM) and Production Planning (PP) modules.

SD provides information to employees about orders that are due for delivery. It works
with MM to pick the completed goods from the warehouse and supports activities related
to packaging and the creation of shipping papers.

Once delivery is initiated, SD carries out billing automatically. This information is
immediately available to the Financial Accounting (FI) and Controlling (CO) modules.

• Materials Management (MM): handles the flow of materials in, through, and out of the
company. It deals with purchasing operations, warehouse management, and inventory
(for non-PkMS warehouses). MM also features invoice verification and provides a
sophisticated information system.

• Production Planning (PP): this module helps people from plant managers to operations to
plan the production process. Some of these processes include transporting and storing
raw materials, production equipment, and by-products and waste.

The production operation is described in a graphical way that shows the relationships
between the stages of the process. This provides the information necessary for
scheduling, control, and the documentation of production. PP creates a production order
that summarizes costs, materials, methods, quantity, and schedules.

• Financial Accounting (FI): this accounting module provides balance sheets and profit and
loss statements. FI handles asset management including asset history and depreciation.

• Controlling (CO): the CO module controls costs and the objectives of the company. As
part of this process, it supplies information to assist managers in decision making and
future planning.

• Customer Service (CS): the CS module supports entering service requests and
dispatching spare parts to customers. It also manages repair of customer devices in-
house, repairs at the customer site, and assembly of technical objects at the customer
site. It also manages regular inspection and preventive maintenance of customer devices
in the service center or at the customer site.

The services can be agreed in a contract or provided without contractual cover.


SAP Overview Student End User Manual

• Project Systems (PS): the PS module within SAP enables one through a work breakdown
structure (WBS) and networks to define a model of a project. It is a functional basis for
organizing a project into manageable units for process planning, cost planning, revenue
and billing planning, scheduling, capacity planning, as well as overall project control. It
gives a clear picture of the project and facilitates the coordination and implementation of
the project from a management standpoint. It also further details the tasks involved in
executing a project. In other words, it provides a solution for quotation and order
management requirements for large complex projects as well as for smaller projects
utilizing integrated products, process-specific engineering and technical services to meet
customer requirements.


Lesson 2: Working with SAP

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