Author Justin Valley highlights how to set up a default printer in SAP ERP.
- [Instructor] Sometimes, you'll want…to print information directly from the SAP system.…The most effective way to do that is to make sure…your default printer is set up.…From the SAP Easy Access screen, click More,…System, User Data.…From this screen, you can update your personal information,…password, and work function.…To set our default printer, we want…to go to the Defaults tab.…The output device under Spool Control…is the field where we want to add our default printer.…Right now, it's set as LOCL.…
I'll click on the Match Code or Search button,…and clear what is in the Output Device field.…I'll now start the search, which should…bring up all of our printers.…The results show that there are two output devices…created, LOCL for local, and LP01.…At large organizations, this could…be a huge list of printers that you may need…to search by name to narrow it down.…I'll select LP01 as my default printer,…click Copy, and click Save.…
I now get a success message showing…that my user ID has been changed.…Now any time I see the default print icon…
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