Shipping Settings

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 7:05:28 AM America/Los_Angeles

The Shipping Settings establish the point of origin for all shipments made from your store or warehouse, and determine if you support shipments to multiple addresses.

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Countries Options

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 7:04:41 AM America/Los_Angeles

The Countries Options establish the country where your business is located, and the countries from which you accept payment.

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State Options

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 7:04:05 AM America/Los_Angeles

In many countries, the state, province, or region is a required part of a postal address. The information is used for shipping and billing information, to calculate tax rates, and so on. For countries where it is not required, the field can be omitted entirely from the address, or included as an optional field.

Because standard address formats vary from one country to another, you can also edit the address template that determines how the information appears on invoices, packing slips, and shipping labels.

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Locale Options

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 7:03:27 AM America/Los_Angeles

The locale determines the language, country, tax rate, and other settings used throughout a store. The locale options configure the time zone and language of each store, and identify the days of your work week in the area.

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Store Information

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 7:02:44 AM America/Los_Angeles

The  Store Information section of the configuration provides the basic information that appears on sales documents and other communications.

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Actions Control

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 7:01:26 AM America/Los_Angeles

When working with lists of data, you can use the Actions control to apply an operation to a single record, or to multiple records. The Actions control lists the operations that can be applied to the selected records. For example, while working in the Manage Products list, you can select multiple products, and use the Actions control to change their status from “Disabled” to “Enabled,” update attributes, or delete them from the database.

The selection of available actions varies by list, and the action selected. For example, when changing the status of a group of records, a Status box with additional options appears next to the Actions control.

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List Controls

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 6:59:49 AM America/Los_Angeles

Many pages in the Admin have a list of records that is displayed in a grid, with controls at the top of each column. The controls can be used to sort the list in ascending, or descending order, based on the values in the column. In addition, you can enter a value at the top of the column to filter the list.

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Global Record Search

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 6:58:15 AM America/Los_Angeles

The global search box is located in the Admin header, and can be used to find any record in the database. The results can include customers, products, orders, or any related attribute.

 
Global Record Search

To search records globally:

  1. Type the first few letters of what you are looking for into the global search box.
  2. In the list of closely matching items, click the one that you want to find.

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Message Inbox

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 6:57:11 AM America/Los_Angeles

Your store has an inbox for the messages received from Magento. The messages are rated by importance, and might refer to updates, patches, new releases, scheduled maintenance, upcoming events, and more. Any message that is considered to be of major importance appears in a pop-up window when you log into your store. You can manage your message inbox much as you would manage your email. Check it often to stay up-to-date on the latest information from Magento!

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Admin Login

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 6:56:14 AM America/Los_Angeles

To log in to your store admin:

  1. For a new Magento installation, do the following:
  a. On the last page of the Magento Installation Wizard, click the Go to Backend button.
  b. In the address bar of your browser, enter the URL that you specified in the Magento Installation Wizard, followed by the “/admin” suffix. If you specified a different suffix for the Admin during the installation, use that instead. Most Admin URLs looks like this:

 

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