SAP change language of the SAP interface after login

In order to change the default language, the one displayed by default in the SAP login screen, you need to change it through the preferences. If you simply select another language while logging in, it will be applied to the current session only, and you'll have to enter it again the next time you log in....
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Where is saplogon.ini file stored in Windows 10?

The easiest way to update your server list, is to request your project or a colleague to provide you with the server list. Once you get the SAP server list, which will be a text file called SAPLogon.ini, all you have to do to add server in SAP 740 or add server in SAP 750 with a full list instead of adding them one by one, is to paste this file in the right SAP HANA configuration file location as shown below....
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How to change color in SAP GUI

Personalizing colors of SAP interface windows is a great way to differentiate the SAP systems being worked one. For example, working at the same time on development system, another one for testing, and another one for production. Or having one window for European system, another one for America, and another one for Asia....
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Display technical names in SAP

In short: in menu Extras and Settings, check the box "Display Technical Names", this will show the transaction codes next to the transaction in SAP Easy Access. Having to look for transactions in the SAP user menu might seems complicated, especially as the search is not always successful – sometimes leading to interface errors....
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How to export SAP report to Excel in 3 easy steps?

It is possible to export basically any SAP list to Excel, the process being actually to print it to a file, allowing to choose several solutions, unconverted printing, MS Excel spreadsheet export, rich text format for display in notepad, HTML format for web browser display, and copy in the clipboard to copy manually....
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SAP how to export to Excel spreadsheet?

Exporting data from SAP to Excel is pretty simple. See below how to export a SAP table to Excel, or export a SAP report to Excel with a different procedure. Once the export SAP Excel has been performed, you will be able to play with the extract data from SAP with advanced vlookup in Excel, Excel string compare, count number of occurrences, and other spreadsheet standard functions....
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