This video will demonstrate how to customize windows, tools, and control bars, and save them as screen sets.
1. Open and resize windows
2. Customize the toolbar
3. Customize the control bar
4. Customize your tool selections
5. Your screen set is already saved, to the number active during the changes you made, unless there is a dot next to the number. In this case the screen set is locked and did not save any changes. You can unlock the screen set to save these changes. (NOTE: keep in mind that if you intend to make a new screen set, switch to the desired screen set number first, and then make your changes)
6. If you are happy with your screen set and want to save it, choose “lock” from the screen set menu
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