If you have followed the instructions in this tutorial you should obtain the following results.
Minimum Bending Stress
Maximum Bending Stress
Minimum Combined Stress
Maximum Combined Stress
Left Support Reaction Force
Right Support Reaction Force
Left Support Moment Reaction
Right Support Moment Reaction
Local Coordinate System
Bending moment and shear force are reported in the local coordinate system. To determine what the local coordinate system is for each element, highlight Solution in the tree and select Coordinate Systems > Element Triads.
Click on Solve and ANSYS will display the local coordinate system for each element. The local x, y and z are shown in red, blue and green (RGB), correspondingly.
From the local coordinate systems above, we see that we need the shear force in the local y direction. To get the shear in the local y, highlight Solution in the tree and select Beam Results > Shear Force.
Under Details, change Type to Directional Shear Force.
Click on Solve. This will color each element according to the value of the shear force. To probe the shear values in the graphics window, have ANSYS wrap the cross-section around the line element by going to the main menu and selecting View > Thick Shells and Beams.
Select Probe in the main menu. You can hover over the structure to see the value of the shear force. If you click at a point, it will add a label at that point showing the value.