How to Change the Startup Page in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM enables you to create your own templates. You can set up your template as a default DIAGRAM start page. A template diagram is a drawing that serves as a starting point for a new graphics document. The template would likely have a formatted workspace (page size, layout, etc) along with corresponding libraries. When you create similar documents quite often, the best solution saves one of them as a template. Then you won't have to format your documents each time you want to make a new one. Just open the template and start from there. There are several options available for the ConceptDraw DIAGRAM startup page. You can start from a default blank document, from one of the built-in templates, or from your custom template. This article describes how to set your desired default start page.
- Whether you need to create a new document using one of the built-in templates, use the New with Template option in the File menu.
- If you want to start drawing with your custom Template, then go to the ConceptDraw DIAGRAM menu Preference (Mac), or Menu File -> Options (PC).
- Choose the option you need for most of your new documents: Default Settings or Custom Template.
- Select your custom template from the list of ConceptDraw Templates.
- Now, you need just select the New option in the File menu to open your preferable template.
Result: Now you can start work with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM with a most commonly used template.
How it works:
- Set of ready-to-use templates supplied with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM
- Collection of professional samples supports each template
- Professional drawing tools
Useful Solutions and Products:
- Block Diagrams
- Bubble Diagrams
- Circle-Spoke Diagrams
- Circular Arrows Diagrams
- Concept Maps
- libraries based on the BPMN 2.0 standard.
- Quickly develop any business processes using RapidDraw interface
- Diagraming and Charts
- Vector Illustrations
- Floor plans
- Engineering drawings
- Business dashboards
- Over 10 000 vector stencils
- Export to vector graphics files
- Export to Adobe Acrobat PDF
- Export to MS PowerPoint
- Export to MS Visio VSDX, VDX