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Altium design secret seven: How to rapidly customise the Altium Designer user interface

Once you have been using Altium Designer for a while you should find the tool bar menu structure to be pretty intuitive, but you can realise even more productivity gains with a bit of customisation of the user interface. Customisation is centric to each editor whether it's the pcb editor, schematic editor or any other editor within Altium Designer, but whichever area you are working in, the same approach can be taken - and it's a lot easier that you might think, with simple drag and drop actions.Watch this new design secret video to find out how!

Don't forget to visit Altium at the Engineering Design Show on Stand B5 to find out more about the company's wide range of EDA and embedded software design tools.


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