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If you find yourself constantly opening the same sets of windows every time you create a new project or open an existing one, you should create custom window layouts. Window layouts are saved separately and are common to all projects inside Cubase. Window layouts save the current position and state of windows inside your project. You can create several layouts and recall them through a set of default key commands. By doing so, you can create a layout for your editing tasks, another one for your audio record tasks, and another layout for your mixing tasks .
To create a window layout:
Open the windows you want to display on your desktop. For example, if you always place your Project window in the upper-right corner and VST Instruments panel on the bottom of your desktop, place these windows there.
After you are satisfied with the window layout, select Window Layouts > New from the Window menu or press the default key command Ctrl(PC)/ (Mac)+0 (from the numeric keypad).
Name your layout appropriately.
Repeat these steps to create an additional window layout.
To organize your window layouts:
Select Window Layouts > Organize from the Window menu or press the default key command W.
Click the Remove button if you want to remove a layout from the list. Click the New button if you want to save the current layout or Activate if you want Cubase to display the selected layout in the Window Layouts panel.
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