Learn guitar chords for FREE through our new game Chord Master: http://bit.ly/ChordMasterYT For the most part, customizing your workspace is not a necessity for working with Adobe After Effects. You will figure out over time as you gain more experience with the program which panels you'll end up using a lot more than others. By default, Adobe After Effects sets the workspace you're working on to Standard.? You can change this by choosing any workspace layout that's available from the drop down menu located near the top right corner of the program. To reveal more windows that contain various tools and controls, navigate to the top menu bar and click Window. This will reveal a list of the various control windows that are available.? To view one, click on it. This will create a small check mark next to the window's name. It's also very easy to close any window by either unchecking it from Window in the top menu bar or by clicking the small X that appears by a window's name. To move a window around, click and hold on its name, then drag and drop it to wherever you would like in your workspace canvas. You can easily create a custom workspace by choosing any windows you would like to open for viewing and choosing New Workspace from the drop down menu located near the top right corner of the program. Type a name for your new workspace and click OK. This will save your current workspace layout for future use, and you can access your saved workspace at any time with a single mouse click. *Note: you cannot delete a workspace that you're currently working on. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/adobe-after-effects/getting-started/customize-your-workspace/
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