"Default" editing screen

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Jun 23, 2022 Jun 23, 2022

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I have been a participant in the Lightroom forums for many years. I am trying to get my feet wet with Adobe Premiere Pro, but it's going to be a long, slow, painful process. Somehow I have gotten my Essentials  editing screen messed up and can't seem to get it back the way it was when I first started using Premiere. Is there some sort of shortcut that will restore that arrangement, or is the whole interface supposed to be sort of a free-form open ended situation? Sorry to have to ask such basic questions.

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Community Expert , Jun 23, 2022 Jun 23, 2022

Go to window,

Workspaces,

Reset workspace.

You will also find a long list of workspaces.

You can set up your own and save it as your own new workspace.

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Go to window,

Workspaces,

Reset workspace.

You will also find a long list of workspaces.

You can set up your own and save it as your own new workspace.

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