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Chapter 12. Applications for the New Aut... > Understanding the AutoCAD DesignCent...

Understanding the AutoCAD DesignCenter Interface

AutoCAD DesignCenter is primarily composed of two windowpanes, as shown in Figure 12.1. The pane on the left is the navigation pane or the Tree View interface, and the pane on the right is the content pane or palette interface. The Tree View allows you to locate source objects, and the palette allows you to view the content of the source objects. For example, in Figure 12.1, the Tree View is used to navigate to the My Computer folder, and the folder’s contents are displayed in the palette. By using the Tree View and the palette, you can locate and view source objects.

Figure 12.1. DesignCenter is composed of the Tree View and palette windowpanes.



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