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SAP GUI Configurations - Visual Design > Applications Not Appearing

Hello,

I'm encountering a problem in SAP GUI Configuration.

I am trying to add excel in SAP GUI Config. and I followed the steps below.

Go to SAP GUI Config. > Visual Design > Applications > Add EXCEL.EXE

The screenshot below (left) is the guide I'm following and (right) is the actual that I'm trying to input,

Expectation is, if I click the "add" button below, a file name should appear.

But the problem is that whenever I click the add button, nothing happens and no app is appearing.

Would like to seek for your help on this please. Hoping I would get an answer for this. Thanks in advance!

Best Regards,

Bea C.

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  • Hi, Jerry.

    Thanks for providing some tips and further details. Please note that I have already browsed and searched for the specific question I was asking in sap community Q&A. I saw similar questions and answers but didn't see a specific answer that's why I already wrote/ask for a question here.

    Also, as you advised I have already added a profile picture so I could get a response easily. Thank you so much!

    Best regards,

    Bea C.

  • Hi, Andrea:

    Thank you for visiting SAP Community to get answers to your questions. Since you're asking a question here for the first time, I recommend that you familiarize yourself with https://community.sap.com/resources/questions-and-answers (if you haven't already), as it provides tips for preparing questions that draw responses from our members.

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    Kind regards,

    --Jerry

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  • Posted on Jul 27, 2020 at 09:00 AM

    Andrea Beatrice Cabalar

    Hello Bea,

    welcome in the SAP Community.

    It is possible to set the application page as read only. Check the following registry value [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\SAP\General\Applications] or [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\SAP\General\Applications] (on 32-Bit OS)
    if the entry AppsSapGuiVisualTheme_ReadOnly exists.

    Best regards
    Stefan

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