With SAPscript, SAP’s programming tool, you can easily design, build, and print a wide variety of business forms. R/3 comes with a library of predesigned forms that can be quickly customized to fit the needs of every business.
Filled with step-by-step instructions and screenshots, this guidebook helps you understand how to use SAPscript to design and print business forms.
What Is this Guide About?
This guidebook is all about SAPscript forms. Using this guidebook, you will be able to:
- Use graphical tools (Form Painter and PC Editor) to quickly adapt SAPscript forms for your needs
- Reduce the consulting time and effort required to develop or modify SAPscript forms
The topics covered in this guidebook will help you:
- Modify the layout of SAPscript forms
- Modify the content of SAPscript forms
- Customize R/3 application for SAPscript forms
Who Is this Guide For?
This guidebook is written for R/3 application consultants, R/3 implementation team members and individuals with little or no knowledge of SAPscript
To help you get the most out of this guidebook, the following assumptions are being made:
- Forms are intended for the U.S., Canadian, and Australian markets.
- Except checks, U.S. and Australian companies do not routinely use preprinted forms. A company logo is usually the only preprinted item on a form.
- Implementation teams are using the latest version of the predeveloped forms.
To downloadpreconfigured forms, go to http://www.saplabs.com/forms.
Read an Excerpt
EXCERPT of Chapter 8 "Customizing Financial Accounting for Print Forms"
Before you can use print forms with your application, certain customizing steps may be needed. This chapter covers the following two activities related to customizing Financial Accounting (FI) for print forms:
- How to use a modified form instead of a standard form
- How to get printing results that cannot be achieved by modifying the form
ASSIGNING A PRINT PROGRAMM TO CHECKS
If you copy and modify the standard print program for checks, you must inform the system that you want to use this new print program for printing checks. The following example shows how you can assign a print program to checks for a specific country.
TASK: Assign a new print program to checks.
Table of Contents
PART 1: Learning SAPscript Basics
- Chapter 1: SAPscript Forms: TheBig Picture
- Understanding concepts, architecture, and runtime environment of SAPscript forms
Chapter 2: SAPscript Forms: The Basics
- Form management tools and types of form components
- Chapter 3: Getting Started with Forms
- Importing predeveloped forms into your system landscape
Chapter 4: Modifying SAPscript Forms: The Basics
- Modifying windows and content
Chapter 5: Modifying SAPscript Forms: Advanced Topics
- Logos, bar codes and other advanced topics
- Modifying windows and content
PART 3: Customizing Applications for SAPscript Forms
- Chapter 6: Customizing Sales and Distribution for Print Forms
Chapter 7: Customizing Materials Management for Print Forms
Chapter 8: Customizing Financial Accounting for Print Forms
PART 4: Appendixes
- Appendix A: SAPscript Control Commands
Appendix B: Sample Forms
Appendix C: Third-Party Solutions