Click the Student Recruiting link.Step 1
Click the Student Recruiters link.Step 2
Click the Create/Update Recruiters link.Step 3
On a search page, you can enter any information you have and then click the Search button to retrieve the data. In this example, you are looking for Sandra Kim's information, and she is a recruiter for PSUNV. Some information already defaults for this search record, so you can click the Search button for a list of records that match this criteria.
Click the Search button.Step 4
The list is displayed in the Search Results table.
Click the Search Results table.Step 5
Components consist of one or several pages within the same window. They are usually pages that are related and need to be completed together. The Create/Update Recruiters component displayed here has five pages. As you finish one page, you select the folder tab of the next page you want to open within the component.
Click the Recruiter Categories tab.Step 6
You also can click hyperlinks at the bottom of the page instead of selecting the folder tabs to move between component pages.
Click the Recruiter Regions link.Step 7
The Recruiter Regions page is displayed. You also can use ALT plus an access key to navigate between pages in a component. The access key is the letter on each folder tab that is underlined.
Navigate back to the Recruiter Categories page.
Press [Alt+C].Step 8
Press [Enter].Step 9
The Recruiter Categories page is displayed again.Step 10
In addition to the keys associated with moving between folder tabs, there are several other hot keys, or shortcuts using keyboard strokes, available for power users. Displayed below is a partial list of the available hot keys.Step 11
You can press Ctrl+K to display a page that lists all the available hot and access keys.
Press [Ctrl+K].Step 12
This page provides a complete list hot and access keys you can use to navigate within a PeopleSoft application.
Click the vertical scrollbar.Step 13
Click the continue link.Step 14
In summary, PeopleSoft offers multiple ways to navigate quickly between pages within a component.
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