Justin Valley shows how to print reports in SAP ERP.
- [Instructor] Sometimes, it will come in handy…to print a report to have a physical record.…This is quite simple in SAP.…To demonstrate, we're back in the output…for the materials movement history report.…Once we're in the report, we click the print button…in the top, right.…This brings up the print screen.…If your printer is already defined,…it will come up in the output device.…Mine is defined as LP01.…We also need to change the print time.…Select immediately, so your document prints immediately.…
Now to print, click continue.…We now have a success message that says,…spool request, number, has been sent to the printer LP01.…Another helpful hint here is that there's…also an option to print to PDF.…Perhaps you have to email the results of the report…to someone who doesn't have access to the system.…This can be a very useful solution.…To do this, we go back to the print button,…and we change our output device to LOCL for local.…Pressing enter will bring up new menu options.…
Under Windows Device, we want to ensure…
- Benefits and limitations of SAP ERP
- Exploring the different SAP modules
- SAP security roles
- Menu tree and transaction code navigation
- Searching for data and using wildcards
- SAP basic reporting
- Editing SAP report layouts
- Printing and exporting reports
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