If you saw Lynn Allen’s Facecast on the AutoCAD Facebook page Wednesday, then you’ll know where I got this tip.
I’ve posted before about the ribbon cycle button, which lets you control how much space the ribbon takes up at the top of your screen, so hopefully you’re familiar with it.
But Lynn pointed out that double-clicking on the active tab name has the same cycling effect! Pretty neat. I’d actually seen this happen once before, but didn’t make the connection (I thought I’d clicked on something else).
If nothing else, this will provide a little more ammunition in your arsenal for tackling those “hey, wait a minute…” problems.
(And if you missed the Facecast, but want to see what else Lynn had to say, you can check out the archives here.)