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I am reading up on memory monitors.  This is from the Online Help:
Working with memory monitors
To view the contents of memory from the Memory view:
In the Monitors pane, select the memory monitor that contains the memory location that you want to view. Memory will appear in the Renderings pane, where you will perform all other steps. If you have added multiple renderings, select the tab that contains the rendering that you want to view.

Question: I can not find the "Monitor pane."  Might any one know where to find it?
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Pick:
Window->Show View -> Other

Under Debug->Memory

You will have your Monitor pane and Renderings pane displayed

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