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* <code>SetPerspective["S/(GA)"]</code> is similar as above, the bottom part of the screen consists of ''Graphics View'' on the left and ''Algebra View'' on the right
 
* <code>SetPerspective["S/(GA)"]</code> is similar as above, the bottom part of the screen consists of ''Graphics View'' on the left and ''Algebra View'' on the right
 
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Instead of these expressions you may also use one of the predefined text values: "AlgebraAndGraphics", "BasicGeometry", "Geometry", "TableAndGraphics", "CASAndGraphics", these roughly correspond to "AG", "G", "G", "SG" and "CG", but may also affect the display of [[Input Bar]] and content of [[Toolbar]].

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SetPerspective[ <Text> ]

Changes the layout and visibility of Views. The text parameter describes the desired layout. The text should be a valid expression - Views are represented by variables (letters): the horizontal arrangement of Views is represented by the related letters juxtaposition, and their vertical arrangement by a division symbol /.

Letter View
A Algebra
B Probability calculator
C CAS
D Graphics 2
G Graphics
L Construction protocol
P Properties
R Data analysis
S Spreadsheet
T Graphics 3D
Example:  
  • SetPerspective["G"] makes only the Graphics View visible
  • SetPerspective["AGS"] makes Algebra, Graphics and Spreadsheet View visible, aligned horizontally
  • SetPerspective["S/G"] makes Spreadsheet and Graphics View visible with Spreadsheet on top and Graphics View below
  • SetPerspective["S/(GA)"] is similar as above, the bottom part of the screen consists of Graphics View on the left and Algebra View on the right


Instead of these expressions you may also use one of the predefined text values: "AlgebraAndGraphics", "BasicGeometry", "Geometry", "TableAndGraphics", "CASAndGraphics", these roughly correspond to "AG", "G", "G", "SG" and "CG", but may also affect the display of Input Bar and content of Toolbar.

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