How Do I Hide the Windows Taskbar? The Windows Taskbar is part of the Microsoft Windows software and appears on any screen (at the bottom or side) in any Windows based application. The Taskbar can be set to automatically “hide” when not in use and can easily be accessed when needed again.
What is a Field? • A field is a single unit of information (e.g., material number, date, cost center, or personnel number). • There are two types of fields in R/3:
1. To log off the R/3 system, choose one of the options below: • Click on the Close button (upper right corner of the Menu Bar) for each open session until prompted to log off
Users can customize R/3 by adding transactions to the Favorites folder and arranging these transactions. Four options are available to customize the Favorites folder. Option One: Drag and Drop 1. Highlight the title of the report.
Users can customize R/3 by displaying Transaction Codes (known as Technical Names) on the User Menu. Transaction Codes are the four- or five-character codes that identify transactions. 1. To display Technical Names, follow the menu path: ExtrasàSettings
How Do I Enter My User Information? 1. To display the Maintenance screen, follow the menu path: System User profile Own data OR Enter SU3 in the Command field of the SAP R/3 System screen and click on the Enter button (Enter).
System messages appear in the Status bar at the bottom of R/3 screens. As another option, messages can also be customized to display in a dialog box (pop-up window), if desired. If this option is chosen, the messages will display in the Status bar, as well as in a dialog box. Messages must be acknowledged […]
A user can create or open multiple sessions in the R/3 system, up to six sessions at once. Multiple sessions allow a user to perform more than one transaction at once. A session is just another window of R/3. Each session can be closed or ended when no longer needed, and all sessions will be […]
What is a Command Code? • A way to navigate R/3 without using the User Menu. • A two or three digit value, usually beginning with a forward slash (/), that performs functions like opening or closing sessions and transactions.
Transaction and command codes are used to navigate in R/3 without using the User Menu and can be entered in the Command field on R/3 screens (see example below).