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on 14 March 1999
You have all you need to begin with SAP R/3 navigation. From icons and toolbars to superficial but very helpful information on how to go with printing, matchcodes, major modules and how the fields are used. For those who do not have time to read the thousand pages SAP guides, this "10 Minute Guide" is the way to reach their objectives.
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on 10 November 1998
This is one of those bed-time easy reader type books that you can read quickly. It exposes you to an overview of how SAP screens appear and how one can navigate in the plethora of screens SAP supplies. Given that it costs 10 bucks or thereabouts, it will be useful to have it in the corporate library. Dont set your expectations high though!
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on 29 April 1998
For someone who knows absolutely nothing about SAP R/3, this is an invaluable introduction that will shed some light on the mysteries of the product. Geared towards the casual business user, the book is divided into digestable chunks for an easy self-learning experience. I highly recommend it as a first book.
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on 4 November 1998
It was very helpful for our new end users as a quick reference to basic screens, functions, and tasks. Take it for what it is, a quick overview of basic skills. It is not intended to be a detailed module specific user guide.
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on 5 May 1999
It is good for an IT book has low price. It out of date very soon.
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