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Closing all open items with one click
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Closing all open items with one click

Closing all open items with one click

(OP)
How could I close all the opened items with just a click?
Thanks

CAD 2015

RE: Closing all open items with one click

Left-hand panel.. Open Items Tab.. there is a 'link' to 'Close All'

alternatively,
Window -> Reset Perspective...

I, myself, try to close as I am finished with the item to avoid '99+' open items...
g.

Gary Bangs
www.flowserve.com

RE: Closing all open items with one click

(OP)
"Left-hand panel"........
Could you, please send me a simply picture of the procedure?
I can't find it....

CAD 2015

RE: Closing all open items with one click

(OP)
The alternatively one (Window -> Reset Perspective) was easy.
But the other, not

CAD 2015

RE: Closing all open items with one click

(OP)
I got it, thanks!

CAD 2015

RE: Closing all open items with one click

(OP)
Gary,

Now, I do not have the Teamcenter Visualization icon anymore!



How could I get it back?
Thanks

CAD 2015

RE: Closing all open items with one click

(OP)
I closed Tc and logged in again.
I got the Tc Vis icon..........

CAD 2015

RE: Closing all open items with one click

I probably should have mentioned... Reset Perspective resets to OOTB state, any 'customizations' will be lost and will need to be re-applied.
My apologies!
g.

Gary Bangs
www.flowserve.com

RE: Closing all open items with one click

(OP)
Gary,

"Reset Perspective resets to OOTB state"..............?????
How is that? I do not get it!

CAD 2015

RE: Closing all open items with one click

Perhaps not, if you didn't make any view customizations from when it was installed.
example:
if you added or removed modules to/from this area - it would revert back to default..



but, looks like you are up and running, which is good!
Carry on...
g.
ps: Teamcenter v9 may behave a little differently than v8.3
Gary Bangs
www.flowserve.com

RE: Closing all open items with one click

(OP)
Thanks a lot!

CAD 2015

RE: Closing all open items with one click

(OP)
One more question: What "OOTB" stands for?
Thanks again!

CAD 2015

RE: Closing all open items with one click

OOTB = Out Of The Box
This refers to the default settings in a standard installation before you apply any customizations.

RE: Closing all open items with one click

(OP)
Great, thank you so much for your replies!smile2

CAD 2015

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