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Targets identify feature actions. Each feature must have a targetA target is the action associated with a feature. Each feature must have a target in order to do something. For example, a target could be to open a form (window), produce a report, run any OS Invocable (any application or process you can access through the Run option in the Microsoft Windows Start menu), open a workspace (an area on your desktop which can contain several panels of information from Sage 200 modules), or open a content part (an area of a workspace). All features installed with Sage 200 and with any add-on packages have targets added automatically. in order to do something.
Each featureA feature is a name for an action that you can perform in Sage 200; e.g. Enter New Supplier Account, describes the action of adding a supplier account within Sage 200 Purchase Ledger. installed with Sage 200 and with any add-onThird party software that links into the Sage 200 suite. package has targets added automatically.
When you add a feature you must add a target to associate an action with the feature. When the feature is used within Sage 200, the target action will occur.
You can add any number of targets to a feature you have added. The targets you add will be available for inclusion on a menu within the Menu Design Mode by any user who is authorised to use the feature.
For more information about menu design modeAn area of the desktop where you can create and edit custom menus., see Sage 200 help.
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