How to save the workspace for lotus notes

How to customize workspaces

Activate a workspace, create or modify a workspace, and import a workspace from a partial CUIx file into the main CUIx file.

Activate a workspace

Do one of the following:

  • Click Workspace Switch in the status bar and select the workspace that you want to activate. ( Find)
  • Activate a workspace in the CUI editor:
    1. Click the Manage tabGroup customizationUser interface. Find
    2. On the Customize tab, click Customizations In area <Dateiname> click the plus sign (+) next to the Workspaces node to expand it.
    3. Right click on the workspace you want to activate. Click on Current.
    4. Click Apply.

Save changes to a workspace via the application window

  1. Click Workspace Switch on the status bar and select Save Current As.
  2. In the Save Workspace dialog box, in the Name box, type the name of the new workspace, or select an existing workspace from the drop-down list to overwrite it.
  3. Click Save to create or change the workspace.

Set a default work area

Work areas in a CUIx file can be marked as default. Specifying a work area as a default determines that this work area should be restored when the CUIx file is first loaded into the program or after the CUIx file has been loaded with the ABILAD command.

  1. Click the Manage tabGroup customizationUser interface. Find
  2. On the Customize tab, click Customizations In area <Dateiname> click the plus sign (+) next to the Workspaces node to expand it.
  3. Right-click the workspace that you want to set as the default. Click Set Default.
  4. Click Apply.
Note: In AutoCAD, the main and corporate CUIx files can be specified in the network setup wizard. If a default workspace has been set for the main CUIx file, it will be set as the current workspace when the file is first loaded.

Create and customize workspaces

  1. Click the Manage tabGroup customizationUser interface. Find
  2. On the Customize tab, click Customizations In section <Dateiname> Right-click the Workspaces node and select New Workspace.

    A new, empty work area (work area 1) is inserted at the end of the work areas.

    Tip: You can also make a copy of an existing workspace by right-clicking a workspace and then clicking Duplicate.
  3. Right click on Workspace1. Click Rename and enter a new workspace name.
  4. In the Workspace Contents area, click Customize Workspace.
  5. In the Customizations In area, click <Dateiname> click the plus sign (+) next to UI elements to expand them.
    Note: Checkboxes are now displayed next to the Quick Access Toolbar nodes, ribbon tabs, toolbars, pull-down menus, and partial CUIx files so that you can easily add items to the workspace.
  6. Select the check box next to each user interface element that you want to add to the workspace.

    The selected user interface elements are added to the workspace.

  7. In the Workspace Contents area, click Done.
  8. Click Apply.

Change the properties of workspaces

  1. Click the Manage tabGroup customizationUser interface. Find
  2. On the Customize tab, click Customizations In area <Dateiname> the workspace whose properties you want to change.
  3. In the Properties pane, do the following:
    • Enter a name for the workspace in the Name field.
    • Enter a description in the Description field.
    • Select an option from the Start On box (Model, Layout, Do not change).
    • In the Menu Bar field, select an option (Off, On).
    • In the Status Bar field, select an option (Off, On).
    • In the Navigation Bar field, select an option (Off, On).
    • In the Model / Layout Tabs field, select an option (On, Off, Do not change).
    • Select an option from the Scrollbars box (On, Off, Do not change).
  4. Click Apply.