You choose menus, submenus, and functions by clicking them.
Choosing from a Menu
To choose a menu with the mouse, click the desired menu in the menu bar or SAP Easy Access workplace menu.
The menu opens – that is, its contents (functions, submenus, or both) appear.
In the menu bar of the SAP window, the dropdown arrows indicating submenu options are to the right of each menu item, as in the following example:
In the SAP Easy Access workplace menu, the dropdown arrows indicating submenu choices are to the left of each menu item, as in the following example. (After you have opened a submenu, the dropdown arrow you have just used points downward.) If there is no arrow next to a menu item, you go directly to the transaction screen.
Choosing a Submenu
To choose a submenu with the mouse, click the desired submenu.
The submenu opens next to the original menu, as shown in the above example. If your system is busy, it may take a few seconds to display the submenu.
Canceling a Menu or Submenu Choice
You can cancel, or close, any menu with its submenus by clicking any blank area of the screen.
Choosing a Function from a Menu or Submenu
To choose a function from an open menu or submenu, click the desired function.
The selected menu and any submenus close, and the system executes the function of your choice.
Choosing Functions from the Toolbars (Shortcut)
Depending on your current task, various buttons are available on the standard toolbar and on the application toolbar. To choose a function with one of these buttons, you click the appropriate button.
In the standard toolbar, these buttons can include functions such as Save, Display, or Exit.
A typical application toolbar is shown here:
Choosing Functions from the Context Menu (Shortcut)
The SAP System uses the function keys on your keyboard. Depending on your task, certain function keys are active – that is, various functions from your application and task are assigned to them.
You can display a context menu with these function keys and their assigned functions. By default, this context menu is not visible. To display it, click the the right mouse button. Since the only other way to access some of these functions may be to navigate the menus, you can use the context menu as a shortcut.
To choose a function from the context menu on any screen:
The context menu opens, as shown in this example: