How do I get my arrangement of the tools and panels back after hitting a mystery key?

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Hi All,

It's happened again. I rested my hand on the keyboard, hit some unknown key, and all my panels and tools disappeared. And it wasn't just the F key.

Can I easily restore it back to the way it was, or do I have to spend 10 minutes settign everythign back up again?

Thanks,

John

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Correct answer by Ged Traynor | Adobe Community Professional

Just go to Window > Workspace > New Workspace, give it a name and you're good to go

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How do I get my arrangement of the tools and panels back after hitting a mystery key?

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Hi All,

It's happened again. I rested my hand on the keyboard, hit some unknown key, and all my panels and tools disappeared. And it wasn't just the F key.

Can I easily restore it back to the way it was, or do I have to spend 10 minutes settign everythign back up again?

Thanks,

John

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Ged Traynor | Adobe Community Professional

Just go to Window > Workspace > New Workspace, give it a name and you're good to go

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Hi

Try hitting the TAB key

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Thanks Ged, I think that was it.

 

I've already clicked about bring things back individually. I'm guessing that I can save my preferred set-up?

 

John

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Thanks again, Ged 😉

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