The user's work in the 1C:Enterprise system consists of inputting and processing information using algorithms created during development of the application (configuration).
Required forms are opened and various actions are performed using main menu items or panel buttons.
Accounting for commercial transactions is done using documents, and transactions are viewed in document journals or lists. Information from documents is stored in registers.
A configuration can use various accounting mechanisms. Management accounting is usually done using charts of characteristic types and accumulation registers. Bookkeeping is done using charts of characteristic types, charts of accounts, and accounting registers. For systems that account complex periodic calculations (for example, payroll), it is done using charts of calculation types and calculation registers.
To perform various supplemental actions, use service modes.
The 1C:Enterprise system provides the ability to create text, spreadsheet and HTML documents using built-in dedicated editors.
An administrator creates and maintains the user list and sets access rights, configures and maintains the event log, and uploads and dumps the infobase.