Inventor2011_Classic_UI_Switch

Inventor2011_Classic_UI_Switch - Classic UI Switch in...

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Classic UI Switch in Autodesk Inventor Consider all the items described in this document before you revert to the classic user interface. Purpose The classic UI switch reverts to the user interface that you worked with Autodesk Inventor 2009. This option makes additional memory available, and is useful in situations where you exceed 80% memory consumption. Temporary Switch Autodesk Inventor does not support the Classic UI Switch for long term. Ease of Use Degraded The classic user interface does not contain many of the ease of use benefits in Autodesk Inventor 2011, including fully integrated product Help. The classic user interface does not support the following items. Get Started with Ease Get up and running quickly The streamlined interface provides a helpful startup environment. Become productive immediately, regardless of whether you are a new or returning user. Access learning resources 1 1
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all skill levels. Find what you need The Info center above the ribbon integrates Inventor online resources and Help files in the product. The right Help solution is only a few clicks away. Transition from a previous release The interactive Command Locator finds commands on the ribbon. Click a command as it appeared in the classic user interface, and the location displays in the ribbon interface. A search feature within the Application Menu finds any command, even if you do not remember where it used to be. See more about the search feature for commands on page 5. 2
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