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DraftSight New User Program is not matching Turortial hand book

DraftSight New User Program is not matching Turortial hand book

DraftSight New User Program is not matching Turortial hand book

(OP)
1) I am a laymen to drafting meaning my professional background is not design or drafting.  My need for this program is for other pursuits in my life.

2) I downloaded the Draftsight program, did a quick peruse of the program, and decided to go further with it; So I downloaded the tutorial hand manual.

I have found that the opening screen of the program is BLACK and the image in Hand book has it white (clear).  I suspect this very minor discrepancy could cause problems going through the tutorial hand book.

Could some one guild me for resetting this setting?

MstrPBK
ST. Paul, MN USA
 

RE: DraftSight New User Program is not matching Turortial hand book

Background colour can be changed in one of the Tools > Options > System Options > Display sections.

RE: DraftSight New User Program is not matching Turortial hand book

(OP)
Thanks for the help ... have gotten my bearings and am moving forward.

MstrPBK
St. Paul, MN USA

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