In most programs, which provided the opportunity to work with various objects (text, graphics, models), the user can place the tools in the most convenient way.Principle interface settings in most applications is similar.
To start, decide, what exactly the tools you will be working.To various panels do not take up too much space and did not reduce the working area, it is better to do only the active toolbar, which you will use most often.
Move the cursor to the menu bar and click the right mouse button.From the drop-down menu, select the tools that you require for placing markers next to the required items left mouse button.
If the program is not possible to select tools by right-clicking, vberite in the top menu bar, select "View" or "Window" and adjust the display the desired toolbars via the drop-down menu or separate dialog box.
Once the tools are selected, position them around the work area in a way to provide convenience in using them.Most of the toolbar
s can be moved with the mouse.
Move the cursor to the left or right upper edge of the toolbar, click on the left mouse button, hold down the button, drag the toolbar to the right place for you.When the panel will be located where you want, release the left mouse button.Sometimes when performing this action of the cursor changes to the icon with crossed arrows.
If you can not drag the toolbar using only the mouse button, press and hold the key on the keyboard Shift.The alternative - the Ctrl and Alt keys, or one of these two key combinations (for example, Alt and Shift, Ctrl, and Shift).In this toolbar move in the same manner as described above.When the panel is in place, and release the mouse button.
Sometimes it happens that the panel does not move.In this case, it means one of two things: either program it can not move, or simply fixed panel.In the second case, try to find an icon on the panel, not related to the tools (for example, a pushpin or cloves), and click the left mouse button.Then move the panel in the usual manner.