Multi Monitor allows you to move Design Modules from the main window to secondary windows. The secondary windows may then be arranged in separate monitors, allowing you to view more than one Design Module at a time.
In order to enjoy the benefits of Multi Monitor, you must first move a Design Module to a secondary window. This may be achieved in one of four ways:
Repeat this process to move additional Design Modules to your new secondary window. The secondary window may be manipulated in a similar fashion to the main window: drag and drop to another monitor, resize, maximize, minimize, etc.
There are two ways to view Design Modules within a secondary window. When ‘Tab’ view is selected, each Design Module will be contained within a tab. This is similar to how Design Modules are viewed within the main window.
Alternatively, Design Modules may be viewed in a ‘Grid’ view. This view will display all of the Design Modules contained within the secondary window at the same time. The same features are available regardless of which view you prefer.
Switch between ‘Tab’ and ‘Grid’ views by choosing the ‘Toggle View’ option from the ‘View’ section of the secondary window’s file menu.
Secondary windows include many of the features found within the main window:
Moving a Design Module back to the main window is simple. This may be achieved in one of three ways:
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