- SAP advanced navigation
- Getting the most out of SAP ERP
- Adjusting personal settings
- Customizing the layout of SAP
- Creating a global layout
- Using command field shortcuts
- Finding custom transaction codes
- Advanced reporting
Skill Level Intermediate
- The possibilities with an SAP ERP are almost endless but it's vast functionality can make it difficult to master. Instead of spending years on covering secret tips and tricks, we're going to supercharge your SAP ERP skills in just one course. Hi there, I'm Justin Valley. I've been training SAP for over 13 years and I'm excited to share the most helpful SAP ERP tricks that I've learned. First, we'll improve your experience and save valuable time by personalizing settings like your local layout and profile parameters then we'll look at features like creating personal lists and using lesser known command field shortcuts to help you navigate seamlessly through the software. From there, we'll hone your reporting selection criteria skills using search variants in the multiple selection tool. And finally, we'll perfect how you handle the results of those reports by covering everything from sorting and filtering to creating global layouts. So if you want to take your SAP skills to the next level, join me to maximize your talents in SAP.
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1. SAP Personal Settings
2. SAP Advanced Navigation
3. Selection Criteria and Running Reports
4. Reporting Results
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