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Important SAP keyboard shortcuts that every beginner must learn

A keyboard shortcut is a key or combination of keys that are used to access icon button functions while operating in SAP. 

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SAP stands for “Systems Applications and Products”. Instead of SAP icons, keyboard shortcuts can be used. A keyboard shortcut is a key or combination of keys that are used to access icon button functions while operating in SAP.

On a PC, the icon name and keyboard shortcut are displayed when placed the mouse over the icon. However, it is important to set up basic system navigation in SAP to understand and get a grip on working with SAP. The Mac powered PCs or laptops do not display keyboard shortcuts, but the keys function the same as on a PC.

On a few Macintosh computer systems,  a dialogue box announcing ‘Function Keys need an installation in SAP’ may appear on the screen while using the Function Keys.

Important SAP shortcut keys that every beginner must learn:

Navigation Buttons:

Enter: Enter/Continue/Copy

F12: Cancel

F8: Scroll left

Shift F1+Shift F7: Scroll right Next item

Ctrl+Shift+ F1: Move Favorites Up

Ctrl+Shift+F2: Move Favorites Down

Ctrl+F7: Previous layout

Ctrl+F8: Next layout

Ctrl+F10: User menu

Ctrl+F11: SAP menu

F6: Display Period screen

Application Toolbar and Screen Buttons:

F8: Execute

None: Update/Refresh

F5: Overview

Shift+F5: Get variant

Shift+F2: Delete

Shift+F6: Selection screen help

Standard Toolbar Buttons:

Enter key: Enter/Continue

Ctrl+G: Continue Search

Ctrl+S: Save

F1: Help

F3: Back

Ctrl+Page Up:  Scroll to top of document

Shift+F3: Exit System Task

Page Up: Scroll up one page

F12: Cancel

Page Down: Scroll down one page

Ctrl+P: Print

Ctrl+Page Down: Scroll to the last page of the document

Ctrl+F: Find

None: Create a new session

Alt+F12: Customize local layout

Match code Buttons:

F4: Display the Match code list.

F6: Insert on a personal list. Click on an item, then on the button.

Shift F4: Display the personal value list. After you create the personal list, click on the button to end the list.

Shift F6: Restores the original Match code list

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