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Do you work in more than one system, e.g. a production system and a QA (or test) system? In this tip from Increase productivity in SAP ERP by Sydnie McConnell you will learn how to set different colors for different systems.
Do you work in more than one system, e.g. a production system and a QA (or test) system? If so, it can be difficult to remember at first glance which system you’re working in. If you’re testing a new process, you want to make sure that you’re working in your QA system. Use the COLORS IN SYSTEM settings to make each of your clients a different color. This provides an instant easy visual cue to you to make sure you’re logged into the right system.
This SAP user guide will help you to work with SAP ERP more efficiently and effectively. You will learn about the various options and shortcuts available for navigating in SAP ERP. Walk through how to configure and optimize your user interface. Dive into SAP ERP productivity accelerators such as screen layouts, keyboard shortcuts, menus, and transaction codes. Learn how to leverage variants to personalize a version of a report. Find out what your options are for downloading and exporting reports for offline analysis and distribution. Explore tips for SAP ERP integration and obtain expert advice for finding and navigating between related documents and master data. Get tips for setting default values for frequently used transactions. Obtain an introduction to how to view and process jobs, schedule and monitor background jobs, and access and view your print spools. By using practical examples and screenshots, the author brings readers quickly up to speed to get the most out of their SAP system.
Author Sydnie McConnell is the lead SAP business systems analyst for a global manufacturing firm headquartered in Colorado. She has more than 15 years of experience with SAP, both as a business user and a systems analyst. Her primary focus is on SAP Controlling, particularly product cost controlling and profitability analysis. She has worked on a variety of complex projects, including several global SAP ERP and BPC implementations and integrating multiple ERP systems into a single SAP general ledger. Sydnie is the co-author of First Steps in SAP.