You use the Screenset module in the Control Bar to manage screensets. The Screenset module contains a menu and 10 buttons to select screensets. The name of the current screenset is shown in the Screensets menu, and its corresponding button is highlighted.A. Screensets menu and name of current screenset B. Screenset buttons 1-10
Screenset menu. The Screenset menu lets you select, revert, lock, rename, duplicate and import screensets. The name of the current screenset is shown in the menu. The menu contains the following commands:
1 [screenset 1 name] - 0 [screenset 10 name]. Select screenset 1 through 10.
Revert Current Screenset. Revert the current screenset to its last saved state before the project was saved. See To revert the current screenset to its last saved state.
Lock/Unlock Current Screenset. Lock the current screenset to prevent any modifications. See To prevent the current screenset from being modified.
1 [screenset 1 name] - 0 [screenset 10 name]. Duplicate the current screenset to screenset 1 through 10.
Note: The Screenset menu is also available in the main View menu.
1-10 buttons - . Select screensets 1 through 10. You can also press the 1-0 keys on the computer keyboard to select screensets 1 through 10. The active screenset button is highlighted.Right-click the Control Bar and select Screenset module.
Select a screenset from the Screenset menu in the Control Bar.
On the Views menu, point to Screensets and select the desired screenset.
To save only the current screenset. Choose a different screenset (using numerical keys, quick access buttons, or menu). The current screenset is saved and the newly-selected screenset is loaded.
To save all screensets. Choose File > Save to save the project.
2. Click the Screenset menu and select Rename Current Screenset.The Rename Screenset dialog box opens.
2. Click the Screenset menu and select Lock/Unlock Current Screenset.A padlock icon appears next to the screenset name in the Screenset menu to indicate that the screenset is locked. To unlock the screenset, select the Lock/Unlock Current Screenset command again.
5. Click the Screenset menu and select Import Screensets from <source file name>.cwp.Cakewalk imports screensets from the source project and overwrites the corresponding screensets in the target project. Screensets that are locked in the target project will not be overwritten.
Note: If more than two projects are open, Cakewalk only shows the first one that contains screensets as a valid source. The Import Screensets command is unavailable if the source project doesn’t contain any valid screensets or if only one project is open.Cakewalk can store up to 10 screensets per project. You can copy the current screenset to any other preset location in the same project. To do so:
On the Screenset menu, point to Duplicate Current Screenset to, then select the desired screenset location (1 through 0).
The current screenset is copied to the specified location, and the selected location becomes the current screenset.
When you switch to another screenset, Cakewalk automatically saves any changes to the current screenset (unless the screenset is locked). If you have made changes to the current screenset that you don’t want to save, you can easily revert to the last saved state of the screenset. To do so, perform the following steps before saving the project or selecting another screenset:
2. On the Screensets menu, select Revert Current Screenset.
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