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ProgeSOFT 2006 – What’s new in ProgeCAD

October 31st, 2005 Leave a comment Go to comments

Customize more options

The following features are new to the Tools > Options dialog box:
  • General tab Set the default save format. Specify how
     drawings are opened.
  • Paths/Files tab Specify search paths for print style
     tables.
  • Display tab Use Up/Down arrows in the command history.
     Show or hide the Model and Layout tabs. Show or hide
     scroll bars.
  • Profiles tab Create and manage drawing environment
     profiles.
  • Printing tab Specify headers and footers for all drawings.
     Assign default print style table settings for new drawings.

Save and restore drawing environment profiles

Customize the settings that control your drawing environment, and then save and restore those settings in a profile.
For example, if you prefer working with custom menus and toolbars, you can save these settings as your own profile. Profiles can be helpful if you have multiple users with different preferences, or if you are a single user who works on various projects that require unique settings.
You can even export your profile and bring it with you when you work on a different computer.

Navigate model space and paper space

Use the enhanced Model/Paper Space control in the status bar to switch more efficiently between model space and paper space on either the Model tab or a Layout tab. You can also change the display of the Model and Layout tabs in the following ways:
  • Show or hide the Model and Layout tabs.
  • Reorder the position of the Layout tabs.

Work in the command bar

In the command bar, you can do the following:
  • Select text, and then right-click to copy, cut, and paste.
  • Press Ctrl + K and Ctrl + L to move forward and backward
     in the command history.
  • Use the Up and Down arrows to scroll the command
     history, if enabled by choosing Tools > Options.

Choose single ProgeCAD sessions

Use the new Single Session command (type singleton) to choose whether ProgeCAD can be started one time or multiple times simultaneously.




Originally posted by ProgeSOFT from Learning IntelliCAD

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