100 Things You Should Know About Financial Accounting with SAP (Hardback)Paul Ovigele (author)
Hardback 343 Pages / Published: 28/06/2011
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Tip #73 You can vastly improve the format of aging reports! SAP has always come with pre-delivered customer and vendor aging reports. However, these reports do not come in a user-friendly format, and they are difficult to download to Microsoft Excel for further analysis. With this tip, you will learn a setting that vastly improves the format and usability of these reports without the need for any programming. Find out more on page 226 This book provides 100 practical, little-known tips, tricks, and workarounds to help you get the most out of your SAP system. Whether you re a user, super-user, or consultant, you ll find useful information to help you: Save Time and Money With the time-saving shortcuts and workarounds provided, users of all levels will get the most out of their daily interaction with the system. Increase Efficiency Use these insightful tips to configure screens to your personal needs, to significantly reduce the number of IT trouble tickets, and to work more efficiently. The books hands-on approach and easy-to-follow layout will help you to pick up new skills in no time. Work Smarter Your SAP user experience will be friendlier and easier, and you may even find yourself saying, I had no idea you could do this that way! or I wish I had known how to do this a long time ago! Highlights Account determination Document splitting Drilldown reports Worklists Material Ledger GAAP ABAP List Viewer reports Screen variants Cost of sales accounting Statistical cost elements
Publisher: SAP Press
Number of pages: 343
Dimensions: 183 x 236 x 26 mm
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