Main application window

Normally, a 1C:Enterprise application has a single main application window.

The window title contains the following items (from left to right): window icon, main menu opening button, Forward, Back, and Jumps (history) navigation buttons (not available if In tabs mode is selected to open forms), Function menu button (not available if In separate windows mode is selected to open forms), Favorites button, window title text, standard command bar, Minimize, Maximize, and Close buttons.

With the Forward, Back, and Jumps buttons you can quickly switch between previously visited sections.

The navigation history is only stored for the duration of one session. The navigation history is sorted by date so the most recently visited navigation points are displayed on top. The current position is displayed in the navigation history in bold with a dot-shaped icon next to it.

Function menu opens the function menu form for the current section. This form contains all the commands for the current sections grouped in a similar way to the Navigation panel and Actions panel. The function menu is automatically closed when you select a command or press Esc.

The main window layout is optimized for efficient navigation through the application, that is, quick finding of the required sections and commands. The window contains the following sections:

    1. Sections panel
    2. Actions panel
    3. Navigation panel
    4. Work area
    5. Information panel

The main window is designed based on the assumption that the general structure of the configuration subsystems will contain a maximum of three levels for the end user.

Each status of the main window can be considered a distinctive work area. For example, when you navigate to the Sales section, you will see a set of commands for the most frequent sales-related actions.

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