Protect, copy, rename, and delete screensets
You can protect, copy, rename, and delete a screenset.
Prevent the current screenset from being altered
Choose Screensets > Lock (or use the Lock/Unlock Current Screenset key command).
A bullet appears in front of the screenset number to indicate that it is locked. Repeat the key or menu command to unlock the screenset.
Important: The File > New command unlocks all screenset locks.
Switch to the screenset you want to copy, then choose Screensets > Duplicate (or use the Duplicate Screenset key command).
In the Duplicate Screenset dialog, enter the target screenset number (the screenset number that you want to copy to), and give it a name.
Rename the current screenset
Choose Screensets > Rename (or use the Rename Screenset key command).
In the Rename Screenset dialog, do one of the following:
Enter a new name.
Click the Auto Name button to automatically name the screenset. The default is the visible window names. The name is automatically updated whenever a window or view is opened or closed.
Delete the current screenset
Choose Screensets > Delete (or use the Delete Screenset key command).