The ability to store and retrieve a nearly unlimited number of user designed pages enables you to customize the program to meet your specific needs. You can save any window layout (or combination of window types) as a page. Once you save a page, you can recall it by selecting it by name from the List of Pages, entering its name at the command line, or by pressing a function key (after you have assigned it to the function key).

The two primary reasons for saving pages are:

1. When you make changes to an existing page and wish to keep those changes.

2. When you have created a new page format that you want to recall later.

See also:

Principles to Remember

Creating a Page

Saving a Page

Displaying a Page

Deleting a Page

Assigning a Page to a Function Key