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How to change the tab order in AutoCAD or Inventor ribbon?

A - answer If you need to change the display order of ribbon tabs (menu) in the AutoCAD or Inventor user interface, just press the Ctrl key and mouse-drag the name of the ribbon tab to a new position.

The moved tab position will be stored.

Similarly, you can use this method to change the order of the individual panels in a particular ribbon tab - slide the panel to its new position or move it away from the ribbon. This will tear-off the panel leaving it floating in your drawing space. You can then dock it back to the ribbon using the button in the top-right corner of the floating panel.

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28.11.2011    3797×  
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See also:
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Tip 11614:How to reorder custom properties in a dynamic block?
Tip 11354:Animate dyn.block parameters and dim.constraints in AutoCAD DWGs.
Tip 11106:Displaying IfcSpace in Autodesk Navisworks.
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