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If you consider all of Painter's on screen interface elements as furniture, the Layout feature enables you to re- organize your living room with a single click. This can be useful, for example, if you find yourself in a situation in which you need to switch between different screen resolutions. By creating layouts for each screen resolution, you can easily switch between these and quickly rearrange the furniture for each room. Let's take a look. You'll find the Arrange Palette menu in the Window menu, and it's right here, Arrange Palettes, and you can see it's very simple.
Basically, it lets you save or delete a layout, and I'm going to go back and just show you a little bit of what you could do with this. You know, if it's a different resolution screen, there may be a need for this to actually be over here, or I may decide I might want to put that right in the middle of the screen. So already, I've changed a couple things here, and if I go back now to Arrange Palettes, and say Save Layout, and we'll call it Weird, and say OK, now I can go ahead and change this back, and if I go up to my Window and say I want to get to that weird Workspace I was working on, I will go to Arrange Palettes and say Weird, and there it is.
It essentially just remembers where you've put things by rearranging and saving the layout, you can easily get back to it, and that's what this Layout feature is all about.
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