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    Display Themes (Application Looks under View Menu)


    Application Look - - - have it your way; this feature offers different skins and themes for your Diamond Cut Windows, Filters, Effects and Dialog Boxes.

    You can choose between the following depending on your taste:

    Windows 2000, Office XP, Windows XP, Office 2003, Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio 2008, Office 2007, and Windows 2007.




    The “Application Look” Dialog Box


    You can choose between a wide variety of skins, themes, colors and fonts. Experiment with this until you obtain your favorite look, or if you get bored with a given look, change it on occasion for variety.
    If you prefer the classic old way that the software looked with Windows XP, you can get back to that appearance by choosing the Windows XP selection. Also, please note that not all skins and themes support variable color schemes or font sizes. The “Display” preference for showing the dialog color schemes (found under the Edit\Preferences\Display tab) is by default left on when you enable a theme. Users may want to turn these off to see the full effect of the display theme that they have chosen.
    Enabling or Disabling Toolbars in DCArt10/DC Forensics10


    The following toolbars may be turned on or off by the user by simply checking or un-checking them from the View menu item. The Diamond Cut Toolbars are both movable and dock-able.
    Customizing Your Toolbar(s)


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    One of the Customize Dialog Boxes
    You can custom configure your toolbars using the following technique:

    1. Click the Toolbars Tab.
    2. Click Customize.
    4. Click Toolbars.
    5. Click New.
    6. Add name of new Toolbar.
    7. Click “ok”.
    8. Click on Commands Tab.
    9. Select Tools from menu options.
    10. Drag and Drop the Command from the Right window onto the Toolbar.
    11. Close customize when you have your toolbar set up as you want it.
    12. Reposition or Dock the toolbar depending on your needs.

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    Toolbars and Customize Windows will bring up this Dialog Box


    "Who put orange juice in my orange juice?" - - - William Claude Dukenfield
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