SAP KW Viewer
If you are looking for SAP KW Viewer, you have come to the right place. We explain what SAP KW Viewer is and point you to the official download.
What is SAP KW Viewer?
SAP KW Viewer is the document viewer application for information objects created, translated, presented or distributed through the SAP Knowledge Warehouse application. SAP Knowledge Warehouse is implemented as a repository for documents, training modules, handbooks and manuals of enterprises.
The SAP KW Viewer enables end-users that receive such documents or materials to read these files in offline mode. The viewer window is divided into two sections: one for displaying the course structure and another for displaying the contents of the course.
The course structure is displayed in an outline form, with nodes that branch out under each corresponding category. The nodes can be expanded to view their contents. The user has the option to view the contents in full screen mode, with the up and down arrow keys serving as the navigation tools for going through the entire presentation. The Escape button will revert the screen back to its normal split window.
The SAP KW Viewer is software that is compatible with Windows systems that run on the 32-bit platform version of the Operating System.
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File types supported by SAP KW Viewer
Our users primarily use SAP KW Viewer to open these file types:
About file types supported by SAP KW Viewer
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Last updated: : March 8, 2013