Subject: Managing layouts in a drawing
You can rename layouts, delete layouts, and view a list of all layouts available in a drawing. You can also change the order in which the Layout tabs appear; the Model tab is always stationary.
If you want to rename, delete, or reorder a layout when the Layout tabs are hidden, you can type layout to make your changes or choose View > Display > Model and Layout Tabs to display the tabs.
1 Right-click the Layout tab you want to rename.
2 Choose Rename.
3 Type a new name for the layout.
4 Click OK.
1 Right-click the Layout tab to delete.
2 Choose Delete.
3 Click OK to confirm the deletion.
1 Right-click the Layout tab you want to move.
2 Do one of the following:
• Choose Move Right, and then choose a new location.
• Choose Move Left, and then choose a new location.
1 Type layout and then press Enter.
2 In the prompt box, choose ? to list all layouts.
3 Type s or press Enter to scroll through the layouts.
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