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Procedure documentation Defining an Application Toolbar Locate the document in its SAP Library structure

You can create pushbuttons for the most useful functions in your programs. These are arranged in the application toolbar, which appears below the standard toolbar.

The following is an example of an application toolbar:

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  1. Assign a function to a function key. For details of how to do this, see Defining a function key setting
  2. Expand the application toolbar and enter a name for it.
  3. Enter the function code (that you assigned to the function key in step 1) in one of the pushbutton fields in the application toolbar, and press ENTER.
  4. The system automatically fills in the text for the function definition, and an icon, if one exists.

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  5. Repeat step 3 for each additional pushbutton.
    When composing the application toolbar, you should adhere to the standards in the SAP Style Guide.
  6. If required, you can add icons to the pushbuttons. To find out more about assigning icons to pushbuttons, refer to the section Icons in the Application Toolbar.



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