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Long time ago I have seen a slide in a presentation to explain different terminlogies used on SAP screen. I immensely liked it. I dont remember who has done it or where I saw it, so cant give credit to the one who got this idea but can extend my thanks to him/her. I have made similar one because I often see end users find some of the terminlogy used by SAP consultants are bit difficult espcially when the support is given over phone. Hence I started adding the below slide in some of my training documents during projects or support manuals so that users could understand what I am saying or/and get used to the terminlogy quickly. Hope it helps someone just like it did to me.

The below screen has been made by adding screenshots from different SAP screens.

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Thanks, br,

Sats 🙂

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      1. Narendra Konnipati

        Dear,

        Please insert the ” Views ” Image in it .

        Note : Take the ” View “( Ex: Sales Area View ) screen shot from Customer Master Level and keep in it .

        Thanks,

        Naren

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  1. Silambu RS

    Its nice to see!!!

    Keep it up.  But in the above example source code option is there. What is the purpose of that?

    Thanks ,

    Silambu

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    1. sap sats Post author

      Thanks Silambu 🙂

      that one is from SE38, you could see/change the source code of a pogram by choosing it.

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  2. Suman Sardar

    Hi SAP Sats,

    Nice post, it is helpful for all the new member using SAP GUI.

    But if you could elaborate some more would be great.But good.

    Thanks,

    Suman$

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  3. Utkarsha Khadke

    Good idea sap sats. 🙂

    However, i was wondering if you could do a similar thing for when ALVs are displayed (possibly 2 on a screen) and then display which is the header area & footer area. This can be very helpful while gathering requirements.

    Thanks,

    Uk

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