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SAP Tutorial

Introduction

SAP - ERP Introduction

SAP - Modules

SAP Architecture

SAP - GUI Installation

SAP - Net Weaver

SAP - Logging onto SAP System

SAP - GUI Customization

SAP - End User Customization

SAP - GUI Navigation

SAP - Programming Language(ABAP)

SAP - Security

SAP - Basis

SAP - Transaction Codes

SAP - Project Lifecycle

SAP - Career In SAP

SAP - GUI Customization

In this chapter, we will check how to customize the SAP layout based on user preferences and local requirements. You can customize the following settings based on your preferences −

  • Visual Settings like SAP Theme, Color, Fonts and size, etc.

  • Interaction Design like Keyboard settings, Sound and Control setting, etc.

In addition, you can customize various other attributes which will directly affect your interaction with SAP.

The Layout Customize option can be accessed either through the application toolbar or through the SAP logon pad.

Customizing through the Application Toolbar

Click the “Customize Local Layout” ButtonCustomize Local Layouton the application toolbar, a drop-down menu will open. Click the menu “Options”, it will take you to the Local layout optimization screen.

On the SAP GUI, you can make the following adjustments −

  • Options
  • New Visual Design
  • General Settings under Customizing Local Layout
  • Other General Settings under Customizing Local Layout
  • Internationalization Settings under Customizing Local Layout
  • Switching the Visual Design

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Customizing through the Logon Pad

You can customize the Local Layout by accessing the option from the SAP Logon Pad. Click the Icon Accessing at the extreme top left-hand side corner. A drop-down menu will appear. Select “Options” from the menu item and it will take you to the SAP GUI customization screen shown in the next screenshot.

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[Note − Client-specific settings are not supported by this SAP system and change takes effect for new sessions.]