1C:Enterprise includes a set of tools that simplify the learning curve for beginners and ensure efficient work of advanced users.
|All 1C:Enterprise applied solutions share the same interface concept, which is based on standard elements provided by the platform. This approach ensures that users who are familiar with just one 1C:Enterprise applied solution can easily learn any other one.||1C:Enterprise features a streamlined user interface and improved usability to reduce stress during prolonged work sessions.|
|The system includes tools that simplify data entry. This includes verification that all the data required has been entered and user-friendly messages informing the user that some of the data entered needs to be corrected.
||The system provides a user-friendly interface for editing catalog elements, documents, and other database objects. All data linked to the object being edited is provided as a set of commands in the navigation panel. Users can view this data by clicking the commands, which does not require them to switch to other windows.|
Command interface customization
|This feature is intended for generating new documents, catalogs, and other entities based on data stored in the infobase.|
|End users can customize all forms, which includes changing the set of form elements, changing element positions, and hiding unused elements.
||Users have rich customization options for lists. These include the list view (flat or hierarchical), grouping, filters, and conditional formatting depending on the list data.|
|For most lists, the platform provides tools for printing them and saving them as files.
||All users start their work with the application from the start page. This is an application section that contains frequently used documents, reports, catalogs, and so on.|
|The links feature generates text links to any section, list, database object, report, or data processor. Users can share links to give others quick access to data they are working on.
||Users are able to create a custom list of links to application sections such as lists that open in the main window, reports, data processors, and database objects (catalog elements, documents, etc). This list is intended for storing important and frequently used links.|
|This is a list of all user actions that add or change data (catalog elements, documents, etc.). Users are able to open the history at any time and switch to any of the objects listed there. They might need this, for example, to ensure that they have made the right changes.
||The 1C:Enterprise platform provides tools for viewing the help of both the platform and applied solutions. The help is in HTML format, which permits the use of hyperlinks and graphical data presentation.|
|A built-in calculator allows users to perform calculations directly in the applied solution.
||A handy built-in calendar. It can be resized and moved to any position on the screen.|
|Users can compare files. Two files can be compared as text files, spreadsheet documents, or binary data.||The technological platform includes robust built-in tools for generating financial and analytical reports. Users can generate reports with a predefined structure. They can also generate custom reports without requesting developer help or introducing any changes to the applied solution.|