5 Replies Latest reply: Aug 26, 2010 12:34 PM by suman patro RSS

Keyboard shortcuts

Rakesh Ramanath
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Hi All,

 

Can u guys help me in finding out the different keyboard shortcuts used in sap like /o, /n etc.

 

Rakesh

  • Re: Keyboard shortcuts
    Ranjeet Rajendra Jain
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    General command field formats

     

    /n Skip to the next record if you are processing one batch input session 

    /bend Cancel a batch input foreground process 

    /nend Close all R/3 sessions and logoff 

    /nxxxx Call the transaction xxxx in the same session 

    /o Generate a session list 

    /oxxxx Call the transaction xxxx in an additional session 

    /i Delete the current session 

    /h Turn the debug mode on 

    /$tab Reset all buffers (for System Administrators) 

    /$sync Synchronize instances buffers (for System Administrators) 

       

    Report command field formats

     

     

    %pri Print the current report 

    %pc Download the current report 

    %sc Call the find function 

    p+ Go to the next page 

    p- Go to the previous page 

    p++ Go to the last page 

    p-- Go to the first page 

     

    Keep Sapping

  • Re: Keyboard shortcuts
    Ranjeet Rajendra Jain
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    Try some other TIPS

     

    Logging on without being authorized

    Client 066 usually exists in a SAP system due to EarlyWatch services. Often this client does not have master users. If it is true, anyone can log into the system using the client 066, user SAP*, and password PASS. Enjoy yourself.

    Special copy and paste

    Click on the area and press CTRL+Y. It allows you to copy many lines at once and paste them afterwards.

    Long messages on footer

    Click on the message and hold the mouse button. After moving the mouse to the left side.

    Direct input logs

    The transaction BMV0 (direct input logs) shows all direct input logs.

    Graphics on SAPscript

    The program RSTXLDMC can be used to upload graphics (file extension .tif on PC files) into individual standard text.

    Adding icons

    Check the icon code using transaction ICON. A technical view can be found at the include named «ICON». Sequences of characters begin and finish with the symbol @. Even plain files under operating system can contain those strings.

    Filling up an empty date field quickly

    Strike the key F4 (or click on matchcode symbol) and press ESCAPE. The current date is automaticly set.

    Setting up module FI/CO without using IMG

    Almost all parameters can be set using the transactions ORFA (Asset Accounting), ORFB (Financial Accounting), and ORKS (Cost Center Accounting).

    Displaying check object when not authorized

    Soon after the lock try to access the transaction SU53. It reports the last objects verified and also the respective values.

    Table analyses between two systems

    The contents of a table between two systems can be checked through the transaction OY19.

    Correction and transport system

    The transaction SE10 provides the easiest way to manage any request/transport and corrections

     

    Regards

     

  • Re: Keyboard shortcuts
    Radha Vineela Aepuru
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    Hi,

    /nXXXX--for opening the other session in the same session.

    /oXXXX--for opening the other session in the different session.

    /bend--for cancelling batchinput foreground process.

    CTRL+F2---syntax check

    CTRL+F3--for Activation.

    F8--for executing

    /h---for debugging.

    F1----function ket for help.

    F4--function key for getting possible values

     

    regards,

    vineela

  • Re: Keyboard shortcuts
    suman patro
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    Enter key =      Enter/Continue

    Ctrl S       =      Save

    F3            =      Back

    Shift F3    =      Exit System Task.

    F12          =      Cancel

    Alt F12     =     Customize local layout.

    F1            =      Help

    F8            =      Execute

    F5            =      Overview

    Shift F2    =      Delete

    Shift F6    =      Selection screen help

    Ctrl F7      =      Previous layout

    Ctrl F10    =      User menu

    F6            =       Display Period screen

    Ctrl F11    =       SAP menu

    F4            =       Display Matchcode list.

    Ctrl F1      =       Select all items on screen.

    Ctrl F3      =        Start/end of block. Select the first item; click the button. Select the last item; click the button.

    Ctrl F2      =       Deselect all items on screen.

    Ctrl F6      =       Display results.

     

     

    The Windows key on the keyboard can also perform many helpful functionsu2026

    1. Pressing the Windows key by itself will open or hide the Start menu.

    2. Pressing the Windows key along with another key (or keys) will do the following:

     

    Break - will open the Systems Properties dialog box.

    D        - will show the desktop

    E        - opens My Computer

    F        - initiates a search for files or folders

    Ctrl+F - opens a search for computers

    F1      - opens the Windows Help window

    M        - minimizes all windows

    Shift+M - will restore all minimized windows

    R        - opens the Run dialog box

    U        - opens the Utility Manager

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